Centre for Teaching Excellence

Program and Events

Remote Teaching Starter Kit

A quick start guide to courses to help you adjust to a remote learning environment

  1. CURRICULUM

Convert Your Syllabus to an eLearn Course (3-Part Workshop)
This three-part workshop guides participants through the process of building an online course….read more

  1. INSTRUCTION

Practice Sessions for MS Teams
Before going live with your new screen-sharing, breakout room, white boarding, etc. skills, would you like a little practice? Sign up for one of CTE’s 1-hour MS Teams Practice Sessions. 5 persons per session

Practice Sessions for Zoom
Before going live with your new screen-sharing, breakout room, white boarding, etc. skills, would you like a little practice? Sign up for one of CTE’s 1-hour MS Teams Practice Sessions. 5 persons per session

Teaching with eLearn Thursdays
These 30-min sessions will provide hands-on tutorials for moving your face-to-face course modules, assessments, etc. to eLearn. Each tutorial will focus on the “mechanics” of eLearn by walking you through the steps. Each session will answer a question “How do I …. on eLearn?”. If you would like to take this opportunity to learn from a faculty colleague, sign up for one of the available sessions/dates. Resources related to each of sessions will also be provided.

LinkedIn Learning: Learning Zoom
LinkedIn Learning: Learning MS Teams for Education

  1. ASSESSMENTS

Teaching with eLearn Thursdays
These 30-min sessions will provide hands-on tutorials for moving your face-to-face course modules, assessments, etc. to eLearn. Each tutorial will focus on the “mechanics” of eLearn by walking you through the steps. Each session will answer a question “How do I …. on eLearn?”. If you would like to take this opportunity to learn from a faculty colleague, sign up for one of the available sessions/dates. Resources related to each of sessions will also be provided.

  1. ENVIRONMENT

Creating Community in Online Courses in Zoom
Building a community of learners in an online course rewards student participation and increases student motivation. Learn effective strategies for building a community of online learners and how to use technology to do it.

Capilano University is named after Chief Joe Capilano, an important leader of the Squamish (Sḵwx̱wú7mesh) Nation of the Coast Salish people. We respectfully acknowledge that our campuses are located on the territories of the Lil’wat, Musqueam, Sechelt (shíshálh), Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh Nations.

 

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