The Center for Teaching & Learning is offering a twelve-module self-paced online workshop focusing on the development and implementation of hybrid courses (courses that blend online and face-to-face instruction) and fully online courses. Faculty from all academic disciplines are invited to apply by completing this form:
This is an ongoing workshop and you may apply anytime. The twelve-module workshop will orient participants to online pedagogies through asynchronous work. No experience in teaching online is necessary.
As participants in this workshop, faculty will:
- develop an online or hybrid course that will promote successful learning outcomes and provide a positive learning experience for students;
- demonstrate competency in using Blackboard as both learner and instructor;
- demonstrate competency in choosing and using digital tools for teaching online;
- design effective online learning activities that engage students in the learning process, and support the achievement of intended student learning outcomes;
- reflect on being both an online learner and teacher; and
- contribute to in-person and online class discussions about teaching and learning online.
Workshop participants will have access to sustained technical support and pedagogical advice from the Center for Teaching & Learning.
Upon successful completion of this intensive workshop (completion of at least 90% of the workshop activities), participants will receive a Certificate of Completion.
The workshop covers the following topics:
Module 1: Blackboard course shell and Lynda.qc.cuny.edu account
Module 2: Getting ready
Module 3: G-Suite at QC
Module 4: Online meeting tool – Google Meet
Module 5: Video quiz tools – EdPuzzle, Ted-Ed & LinkedIn Learning
Module 6: Create videos and screencasts
Module 7: Blackboard course interface
Module 8: Online meeting tool – Blackboard Collaborate Ultra
Module 9: Blackboard contents and assignments
Module 10: Blackboard tests/quizzes and Grade Center
Module 11: Blackboard Discussion Board forums
Module 12: Debrief
Please direct questions to Rowena Li (email@example.com), Jean Kelly (firstname.lastname@example.org), or Michelle Fraboni (email@example.com). For more information on teaching online: http://ctl.qc.cuny.edu/online/.