Teaching Remotely

Recommended Training Paths

For Everyone

We recommend that everyone teaching in the Autumn quarter, regardless of whether they have taught in the Spring, take the following workshops:

Workshop Live Recorded

Pedagogical Considerations for Remote and Hybrid Teaching (90 min)

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Library Services for Remote and Hybrid Teaching (45 min)

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Creating Inclusive and Accessible Environments (60 min)

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Engaging Students in Remote and Hybrid Teaching (90 min)

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Beyond Essays and Exams: Assessment and Assignment Options (90 min)

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If You Did Not Teach in the Spring

For those who are new to the University or who did not teach in the Spring, plan additionally to take:

Workshop Live Recorded

Introduction to Canvas for Remote and Hybrid Teaching (60 min)

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Using Panopto for Remote and Hybrid Teaching (90 min)

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Introduction to Zoom for Remote and Hybrid Teaching (60 min)

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If You Have Taught In the Spring

For those who have taught in the Spring or already know how to use the primary tools of Canvas, Zoom, and Panopto, plan to take:

Workshop Live Recorded

New and Updated Tools for Remote and Hybrid Teaching (30 min)

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Further Exploration

Workshop Live Recorded

Creating Short Panopto Videos in Canvas (30 min)

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Using Zoom Annotations for Virtual Board Work (30 min)

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Live Captioning in Zoom Class Meetings (30 min)

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Managing Breakout Rooms in Zoom (30 min)

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Managing Student Interactions in Zoom (30 min)

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Effective Use of Discussion Boards and Course Blogs (30 min)

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Scheduling Office Hours in Canvas (30 min)

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Designing Research Assignments Using Library Resources (60 min)

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Canvas Assignments & Gradebook (45 min)

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Canvas Online Quizzes and Surveys (60 min)

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Online Proctoring Options (45 min)

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