Summer Opportunites

  Ecampus New Instructor Training Refresh
  • Tues, June 8, 11am to noon, via Zoom
  • Open to new Ecampus faculty, this training provides best practices for teaching online and using Canvas as your classroom.
  • Register for training

 

Ecampus New Instructor Training
  • Wed, June 9, 1 to 3pm, via Zoom
  • Open to returning Ecampus, this training provides updated information on Ecampus students and their needs, and advanced recommendations for teaching most effectively online.
  • Register for training

 

  Ecampus Canvas Facilitation Training
  • Tues, June 15, 10 to 11am, via Zoom
  • Open to new and returning Ecampus faculty, this training provides an overview of Canvas facilitation strategies specific to online teaching.
  • Register for training

 

 Introduction to Top Hat
  • Wed, July 7, from 10 to 10:30 am, via Zoom
  • Join Academic Technology to learn about the Top Hat, the Student Response System that is supported by OSU. This is an overview of Top Hat and its most frequently used features, such as classroom polling, slide presentations, gradebook and low-cost interactive textbooks.
  • Register for training

 

Best Practices in Using Top Hat
  • Mon, July 19, from 11 to 11:50am, via Zoom
  • Join Academic Technology to learn about best practices in using Top Hat in both online and in-person classes. We will also discuss how Top Hot can support active learning and student engagement.
  • Register for training

 

Inclusive Teaching Online
  • Mon, Aug 9, through Tues, Sept 7, via Canvas
  • Open to Ecampus faculty, this workshop provides an opportunity to learn about and practice inclusive teaching strategies for fully online classes.
  • Register for training

 

  Applying the Quality Matters Rubric
  • Tues, Aug 17, through Tues, Aug 31, via Canvas
  • Open to new and returning Ecampus faculty, this training provides an overview of Canvas facilitation strategies specific to online teaching.
  • Register for training

 

 Actively Engaging Students in an Online Course
  • Mon, Aug 30, through Mon, Sept 20, via Canvas
  • Open to Ecampus faculty, this workshop provides a deep-dive into designing and facilitating active learning opportunities in asynchronous online classes.
  • Register for training

Early Fall Opportunities

 Ecampus New Instructor Training
  • Thurs, Sept 2, 10am to noon, via Zoom
  • Open to new Ecampus faculty, this training provides best practices for teaching online and using Canvas as your classroom.
  • Register for training

 

 Ecampus Instructor Training Refresh
  • Wed, Sept 8, 2 to 3pm, via Zoom
  • Open to new Ecampus faculty, this training provides best practices for teaching online and using Canvas as your classroom.
  • Register for training

 

 Qualtrics and Mid-Term Survey Worshop
  • Thurs, Sept 9, 11am to noon, via Zoom
  • Open to Ecampus faculty, this workshop is a hands-on opportunity to design a meaningful mid-term course survey in Qualtrics and integrate it as a Canvas assignment.
  • Register for training

 

 Canvas Basics
  • Mon, Sept 13, 2 to 2:30pm, via Zoom
  • Join Academic Technology and learn about finding your courses, setting notification preferences, uploading content, adjusting navigation, student view, publishing your course and posting announcements. Attend this free 30 minute webinar, or discover other webinars. Questions? Email us.
  • Register for training

 

 Qualtrics and Mid-Term Survey Worshop
  • Tues, Sept 14, 2 to 3pm, via Zoom
  • Open to Ecampus faculty, this workshop is a hands-on opportunity to design a meaningful mid-term course survey in Qualtrics and integrate it as a Canvas assignment.
  • Register for training

 

 The Faculty Media Center (FMC) and the Student Multimedia Studio (SMS) Annual Open House
  • Tues, Sept 14, 2 to 2:30pm, via Zoom
  • Join Academic Technology to learn how the FMC and SMS can support you and your students with media creation for teaching, learning and research. Explore the recording studios, media tools and services that are available to you and your students. Attend this free 30-minute webinar, or discover other webinars. Questions? Email us.
  • Register for training

 

 Using Media in Teaching
  • Thurs, Sept 16, 2 to 2:50pm, via Zoom
  • Join Academic Technology to learn about using in-video quizzing and Top Hat in your course for student engagement and active learning. Attend this free 50-minute webinar, or discover other webinars. Questions? Email us.
  • Register for training

 

 Ecampus New Instructor Training
  • Thurs, Sept 16, 2 to 4pm, via Zoom
  • Open to new Ecampus faculty, this training provides best practices for teaching online and using Canvas as your classroom.
  • Register for training

 

 Canvas Facilitation Training
  • Thurs, Sept 16, 10 to 11am , via Zoom
  • Open to new and returning Ecampus faculty, this training provides an overview of Canvas facilitation strategies specific to online teaching.
  • Register for training

 

 Ecampus Instructor Training Refresh
  • Fri, Sept 17, 11am to noon, via Zoom
  • Open to new Ecampus faculty, this training provides best practices for teaching online and using Canvas as your classroom.
  • Register for training

 

 Canvas Course Checklist

 

 Media and Student Engagement
  • Wed, Sept 22, 2 to 2:50pm, via Zoom
  • Join the Faculty Media Center staff to learn about using media in teaching and assessment to promote student engagement and active learning. Attend this free 50-minute webinar, or discover other webinars. Questions? Email us.
  • Register for training

 

 Communicating with Students via Canvas

 

 Working with Media in Canvas

Fall 2021 — Summer 2022 Opportunities

 

 Center for Teaching & Learning: Tuesday Teaching + Tech Talks
  • Fall 2021 – Spring 2022
  • Tuesday Teaching + Tech Talks (T4) supports the development of knowledge and skills in the 1) planning of curriculum, 2) facilitation of instruction, 3) assessment of learning and 4) use of educational technology.
  • Learn more about T4

 

 Center for Teaching & Learning: New2OSU
  • Fall 2021 – Spring 2022
  • New2OSU is focused on impacting student success by accelerating the effectiveness of newer faculty. Completion of the program may be used as evidence of professional development, teaching effectiveness for performance review (subject to supervisor approval), and for those seeking teaching renewal. Successful completion earns a University Teaching Certificate of Recognition (non-credit). Registration is now open.
  • Learn more about New2OSU