Teaching Online

Teaching online is very different than teaching face-to-face classes. You may need to acquire new skills that are unique to the online and hybrid course environment. This page is being developed to offer tips on teaching in the online and hybrid environment.

RESOURCES FOR TEACHING ONLINE

Moving a face-to-face class to an online environment

How to handle no-shows in online classes

How to handle bounced email messages

How to upload a public syllabus (PDF)

FACULTY HELP FOR CANVAS

All faculty who have been assigned to teach a course at SRJC automatically have an SRJC Canvas account. You can log into your account from the Canvas Login page using your portal ID/PIN. If you have login issues, see Canvas Access and Login Issues.

TRAININGS AND CERTIFICATES

Flex Credit

FLEX credit is available for the SRJC Online Special Expertise certificate training course and the @ONE course "Introduction to Teaching with Canvas." For more information about FLEX and other workshops at SRJC to train faculty to use Canvas, see the Canvas Training & Tutorials page.

Online Special Expertise

The Distance Education department at SRJC offers a self-paced Online Special Expertise certificate training course that is delivered in Canvas, the course management system at SRJC. Most departments require this certificate in order to teach online and hybrid courses at SRJC. The course requires about 12 hours to complete. Use this form to enroll: Online Special Expertise Registration Form.

@ONE Project

For additional training for teaching online, the @ONE project funded by the CCC Chancellor's Office offers trainings to acquire effective course design skills, increase your student success and retention rates, better use your existing course management tools, and learn to leverage new media to inspire your students to excel. Options include: