Transitioning to Teaching Online: Out of the Frying Pan…

By Allyson Haskell
📅 April 21, 2020
🕑 Read time: 8 minute(s)
Transitioning to Teaching Online: Out of the Frying Pan…

…and into the fire. We all know the expression…and transitioning a course to online quickly is a challenge, there’s no denying it! CITT typically plans an entire semester to develop an online course, so we understand that many instructors are feeling enormous pressure to adapt quickly to teaching online due to COVID-19. That’s why I’m writing to explain a couple of ways we are here for you.

First, CITT has expanded our availability to schedule consultations with instructors. Our instructional designers can answer questions related to online pedagogy, course design principles, accessibility, Canvas, Zoom, and other learning technologies. Email to request assistance.

We have also been busy developing faculty self-service resources to guide you through building your own module(s) in Canvas. To help you get started, explore the resources in the Faculty Self Service Resources Canvas site or import a course template for your online course using CITT Course Templates. During the weeks leading up to Summer A/C, you’ll find us facilitating online workshops and consultations related to online teaching challenges. . Learn more on the Keep Teaching: Online Sessions website.

Please reach out to us with your questions and requests so we can help you cook up something you and your students can be proud of this summer.

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TagsCanvas, Course Design, Online Teaching, Teaching