Programming and Workshops

Through the academic year, a variety of in-person and online educational technology programming and workshops are available to educators looking to explore or integrate technologies into the teaching and learning experience. Subscribe to Educational Technology Announcements to receive timely emails with information about upcoming learning opportunities and educational technology tool updates.

Summer 2020 Programming Opportunities

Webinars and Workshops

Teaching and learning workshops are available to instructors on a rolling basis throughout the summer.These 60-minute (Zoom) online sessions will cover topics such as: 

  • multimedia learning modules
  • video lectures
  • narrated presentations
  • quizzes and assessments

View schedule, descriptions and how to register under the Events section of the 

Course Re/design and Development web page

Online Seminars

Online Course Design Seminar: Transitioning from Face-to-Face to Remote Teaching 

Seminar Details:

  • Date: July 8 - Aug. 11 
  • Duration: 5 weeks includes four modules
  • Estimated work: 3 hours per module 
  • Open enrollment; no cap.

This seminar is for faculty and instructing staff who have some experience with Canvas and are interested in exploring course design and online teaching practice.

This experience offers online course design and instruction ideas to support remote instruction. Participants will review strategies for developing course atmosphere, aims, activities, and assessments for distance and remote learning experiences. 

This seminar is designed for those who have some experience using a course site in Canvas to support their instruction and engage with students. 

Learn more about the seminar.  Register by completing this Google Form.

Online Teaching and Design Program

Seminar Details:

  • Date: June 8-August 7
  • Duration: 10 weeks includes nine modules
  • Estimated work: 5 hours per module

This seminar is for faculty and instructing staff who want to explore all aspects of designing, teaching, and building an online course led by ATSS and CEI experts. 

Nine modules present best practices, instructional strategies, and technology tools to develop and build your own online course. Each module includes approximately (5) hours of learning and activities. 

Register Online

Online Teaching and Design Program (self paced version)

Seminar Details: 

  • Date: Anytime
  • Duration: 10 weeks includes nine modules
  • Estimated work: 5 hours per module

This seminar is for faculty and instructing staff who want to explore all aspects of designing, teaching, and building an online course in a self directed, self paced mode. 

Nine modules present best practices, instructional strategies, and technology tools to develop and build your own online course. Each module includes approximately (5) hours of learning and activities. 

Register Online