Pathways to eLearning (I)
Pathways to eLearning (I) is designed to introduce faculty to the basic tools and features of ANGEL Learning that can be used to develop and teach web-based, hybrid, and online courses. Faculty will explore the technical and pedagogical skills necessary to be a successful, effective instructor in the online environment. All faculty who are developing and/or teaching a web-based, online, or hybrid course for the first time must successfully complete this training. This training is conducted online.
Pathways to eLearning (II)
Pre-requisite: Pathways to eLearning (I)
Pathways to eLearning (II) is designed for faculty who are developing an online or hybrid course for first-time delivery. Participants will explore course models and will storyboard and develop content for a course. Participants will also explore best practices for design and delivery of online and hybrid courses.
Note: Participants will be required to meet with an instructional designer at least once during the training (on campus or in Elluminate Live).
In addition, the Virtual Campus offers a variety of workshops related to the use of technology in instruction and best teaching and learning practices for elearning.