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Effective Practices in Online Teaching

A 30 hr. self-paced training course offered asynchronously for those interested in teaching 600- and 700-section level course. Completing the course will meet part of the CCRI distance learning policy requirements for teaching online.

Participants will:

  • Learn to transform lectures to online formats.

  • Integrate guidelines, policies, and regulations into course (DLAC, CCRI, ADA, NECHE, etc.).

  • Apply learner engagement throughout the course through collaborative student interactions.

  • Build content for clarity and accessibility.

  • Create a syllabus and schedule adapted for online modality.

  • Analyze strategies for establishing a strong instructor presence and a positive, open learning environment.

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Blackboard Technical Skills

Part of teaching online is having the skills to use the appropriate tools within Blackboard. This is to allow you to focus on student success.

In collaboration with the Center for Instruction and Technology (CIT), we have developed a list of technology tasks that are frequently a part of teaching online. Review the list and reach out to CIT for more in depth instruction.

Blackboard Technical Skills list