I Have Some Experience Teaching Online, But Want to Learn More

Introduction

If you’ve got the fundamentals covered, but want to explore additional online teaching strategies or take a deeper dive into refining your online teaching approaches, some of the more advanced concepts covered in the materials may be of interest to you.

Step 1: Visit the Guides

Visit the Guides section of the website and explore some of the more advanced content and pathways listed there. These modules are self-guided and available on demand so learners can engage with the content at their own pace.

Visit the Guides page to explore advanced content.

Step 2: Course Information

If you’re relatively comfortable teaching in both the face-to-face and online environments, and want to consider how you can design a course that will allow you to fluidly move between teaching in both modalities, consider enrolling in the Resilient Teaching Through Times of Crisis and Change massive open online course.

In this course, you will build a solid foundation for designing courses that can withstand changes to learning environments, such as the unexpected and drastic shift to remote learning environments which was precipitated by the COVID-19 crisis. You will learn about design approaches that are resilient to disruption and allow university instructors at all levels to continue to facilitate learning, albeit within shifting contexts.

Visit the Learning Experiences page to sign up for the Resilient Teaching Through Times of Crisis and Change MOOC.

Step 3: Attend Workshop

Consider attending a workshop, which are structured live sessions designed to guide instructors into more advanced topics relating to teaching with online pedagogies, or consider whether one of our Communities of practice would be of interest to you. Communities of practice allow you to connect with other instructors who are facing similar circumstances or challenges, to explore ideas and collectively find solutions.

Visit the Live Sessions page to learn more about our upcoming workshops or community meet-ups.