Shasta College Online - Faculty/Staff Resources

Online Faculty Resources
Important News Upcoming Training
 
By clicking on the link above, you will gain access to tips that are meant to help ensure student success in online/hybrid classes by providing examples of how to maintain regular, effective, and substantive contact.
 
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The following professional development opportunities are offered by our training partners, @One: The Online Network of Educators

Essential Training for Teaching 
Online at Shasta College

10/2/2017 - 10/27/2017 Introduction to Online Teaching and Learning (4 weeks)
This course will introduce you to effective practices in online instruction. Building on a solid understanding of California Community College distance education policies and procedures, you will actively create an effectively designed online learning unit.



Upcoming Workshops:

The following Webinars are offered by our training partners, @One: The Online Network of Educators

Humanizing Online Learning
TBA  Canvas Analytics: Getting to know your students 
10/19/17 3 PM: Humanizing Think Tank 

Our "Quest" for Student Success

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Shasta College Office of Educational Technology offer Webinars through CCC ConferZoom. You can click the link ahead of time and download the ​applet to your browser.

Need help now? You are welcome to set up a one-on-one appointment with Paul and Brianne.  If you would like an appointment or to suggest workshops send an email to:

Setting the Stage for Online Success
​These suggestions will assist students as they launch into your course:
  • Incorporate the Canvas Student Orientation into your first week's activities.
  • Show students the link to the skills for Online Success link in your course menu.
  • Create video messages to start the course or each module.
  • Include a syllabus quiz in the first week activities to help ensure student understanding of the course content.
If you are interested in including any of these in your course(s) but are not sure how, contact Paul and Brianne.
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