Table of Contents

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  1. Planning to Teach Online

    Start the process of creating a new online course. If the course needs approval to teach online, follow the steps outlined here. Consider taking an online course or apply to the Online College Project to receive a stipend for creating a new-to-SRJC online course.

  2. Learn Canvas

    Learn Canvas by attending trainings, take a Certificate course, study the Canvas Guides, tap into the Canvas Community, or seek Canvas Support.

  3. Consider Course Strategies

    Before designing your course, consider different strategies for course organization, engaging with students, and assessment.

  4. Explore Course Designs

    Delve into design theory, examine different options for structuring an online or hybrid course, see sample course designs.

  1. Add Course Content

    Important tips on how best to add content to a course, including accessibility compliance, setting up conferencing, exploring online educational resources (free textbooks), and adding multimedia.

  2. Deliver the Course

    Effective practices to keep in mind when it's time to teach the course, including keeping students engaged and connected.

  3. Evaluate & Reflect

    Resources for evaluation and audits.

  4. Resources

    Find other resources to help you along in the online teaching world.