Instructional Resources, Tools and Training


Online Pedagogy training is available online for all Shasta College faculty members. This training is required for all faculty scheduled to teach in an online or hybrid format. To make your reservation for the next training session, Contact Your Division Dean.

Training in Shasta College’s Learning Management System (LMS) platform is available online for all Shasta College faculty members. This training is required for all faculty scheduled to teach in an online, hybrid, or web enhanced format requiring the LMS. To make your reservation for the next training session, Contact Your Division Dean.

The California Educational Technology Collaborative (CETC) fosters collaboration between organizations using technology to educate California's students. Training, including desktop seminars and in-person institutes, are available at http://www.cccetc.org/services/training.php

Shasta College Distance Education Committee, Best Practices for Online Teaching (2005)

A number of valuable instructional links and resources are available on the web site for the Academic Senate for California Community Colleges. Visit their links, http://www.asccc.org/resources/links. To access their publications, including topics addressing Technology in Education, The Appropriate Use of Technology or accessing the Senate’s quarterly publication The Rostrum, go to http://www.asccc.org/publications.

North American Council for Online Learning (NACOL), National Standards of Quality for Online Courses (September 2007)

North American Council for Online Learning (NACOL), National Standards for Quality Online Courses, version 2, October 2011

http://www.inacol.org/cms/wp-content/uploads/2013/02/iNACOL_CourseStandards_2011.pdf