Learn When You Have Time
Learning on the Go
Is it hard to find the time to learn new teaching strategies? Do webinars never fit into your schedule?
Teaching and Learning Guides
These guides are here to help you improve your teaching practices when you have the time. The guides are self-paced interactive web pages, infographics, video or libguides with new ideas and techniques for professional faculty development based on recent Learning Design Center webinars. Once we offer a workshop, we create a toolkit for faculty not able to attend.
Trek through a selection of micro-learning guides on topics such as course organization, creating student engagement, and building effective assessments. "Try It!" activities allow you to apply the topics to your courses.
- Chunking Content for Students (infographic)
- Provide a Roadmap
- Faculty as Course Organizer
- How Can I to Create Engaging Discussions?
- Creating Simple and Clear Assignments
- Plan B (Learning Continuity)
- Planning for Condensed Courses
- Remote Teaching Strategies
- Create a Great Recording
Equity and Accessibility
- The Impact of Diverse Content
- UDL-Universe: A Comprehensive Faculty Development Guide: Universal Design
- Creating Accessible Digital Documents
- Design Inclusive Syllabi
- Working with a HyFlex Classrooms
- Using Voicethread
- Use Blackboard Course Template
- Oli Gardner's Ultimate Guide to Giving Virtual Presentations on Zoom
- Designing for Respondus LockDown Browser and Monitor
- Grading Online with Blackboard
- Starfish for Faculty
- Using Collaborate Successfully
To see upcoming webinars, check out upcoming SPOT Webinars.
ACUE has put together two guides to help faculty who are moving online or teaching remotely.