Things to consider when you have to move your class online quickly.
Access recorded professional development sessions to help you with your online teaching.
Teaching tips for creating engaging online learning experiences.
Get help choosing options, beyond traditional exams, for evaluating student progress while learning how to implement quizzes and exams online.
Brightspace, Zoom, Kaltura, other resources and collaboration tools that can help.
Work with the library to populate your online classes with engaging videos, images, and readings while exploring options for digitizing and posting print-only course material (including texts).
Strategies, tools and resources to promote faculty mental and physical wellness during times of disruption. Learn more about setting up a home office, staying physically well and strategies to manage anxiety during uncertain times.
How to get additional guidance and support.
IMPORTANT UPDATE: Briefing Note on Use of Cameras in Classes
IMPORTANT UPDATE: Assessment and Grading Procedures September 2020
Athabasca has a 5-week MOOC (Massive Open Online Course!) on Technology-Enabled Learning – click Enroll Now to get started (disregard course dates)
Do you have content in a master section that you would like copying to your individual teaching section? Please contact LT Support through the helpdesk.
Do you need to get up to speed quickly on the online toolset? Do you need help organizing your course? Please contact a Learning Technology Trainer.
Do you need help uploading content online? The Instructional Design group can upload your lecture notes, presentations, etc. for you. Please contact Don Dietrich for details.