Are you looking for resources to support your teaching practice in an online or hybrid environment? Explore opportunities below that are designed to meet the needs of both new and experienced instructors.
New to the U? Not sure where to start?
If you are new to the University or are unsure where to start with your online/hybrid teaching, start here:
- Visit the Teaching Support Get Started page for some first steps on teaching in Canvas.
- Connect with your local academic technologist to get one-on-one consulting and technological support.
- For teaching resources, see the Center for Educational Innovation.
- To get started with other key University technologies, visit the Office of Information Technology’s New Instructors: Start Using Technologies page.
Guidelines for Online Teaching and Design
The Guidelines for Online Teaching and Design is a resource that assists members of the University community (e.g., faculty, instructors, administrators, instructional designers) in supporting student learning in online courses and programs. Topics include:
- Effective Online Learning
- Learning Design
- Learning Environment
Teaching and Design Strategies
To increase engagement and student success in your courses, explore the following teaching and design resources:
Digital accessibility refers to the inclusive practice of removing barriers that prevent interaction with (or access to) course materials, digital tools, and technologies. Review the following resources to incorporate best practices in digital accessibility in your course:
Online Communication and Collaboration
Communication, student engagement, and collaboration can be challenging online and requires intentional planning. Explore the following resources to create the learning environment that aligns with your students’ expectations and your own: