Live Workshop Calendar

The workshops listed below are offered by SRJC's Distance Education, the Online Network of Educators, and by EdTech providers. Topics include:

  • Various Canvas Features
  • Effective Online Teaching Practices
  • EdTech Tools to Enhance Course Interaction
  • Equity in Online Learning

Review the current list of workshop offerings below and click the "Register" link to sign-up.  Once you submit the form, you will receive an email confirmation with a Zoom link.

FLEX code: FF:33 Distance Education Trainings

Creating an Equitable Course Outline of Record

Learn how to design your Course Outlines of Record (COR) with diversity, equity, inclusion, and anti-racism (DEIA) in mind! What is a COR and how is it different from a syllabus? Who is responsible for the COR? Which COR elements can be aligned with DEIA goals, and how? We will explore ways to bring the COR and DEIA into your course, as well as creative strategies for inviting students into your course design to enhance inclusivity and authenticity.

Friday, April 12th

12 - 1:30 pm


Regular Substantive Interaction in Online Courses

Delve into the core of Regular Substantive Interaction (RSI), understanding what it is and why it matters. This webinar will offer RSI engagement strategies, tools to enhance RSI, and how RSI fosters equity and inclusion. Participants will learn how to elevate their engagement with students to cultivate a culture of meaningful connection and interaction.

Thursday, April 18th

11 am - 12:30 pm


Assessing Learning in Online Courses

Assessing learning in online courses can be challenging and time-consuming. In this webinar, participants will be provided with insights and practical strategies for equitably evaluating online students in the age of AI. In addition to discussing key components of effective online assessments, methods to support students in completing assessments successfully will be shared. We will also discuss key components of effective online assessment, with examples shared from multiple disciplines.

Friday, April 19th

3 - 4:40 pm


Making Documents Accessible in Canvas

This webinar will help participants answer: Are my documents accessible? Learn about what makes a document accessible, how to conduct an accessibility check, and how to fix any issues. In this webinar we will demonstrate the use of the Accessibility Checker for different document types (Word Documents, PowerPoints, and PDFs). We will also discuss the limitations of automated accessibility checkers and how to identify the necessary features for documents. Finally, we will demonstrate how to remediate or create documents, so they are accessible.

Thursday, April 25th

11 am - 12:30 pm


Captioning Strategies & Options

Do you feel overwhelmed by the thought of captioning every video you post in Canvas, even though you know the Americans with Disabilities (ADA) Act requires it? This webinar is your key to unlocking the door to inclusive and accessible multimedia creation. From understanding the importance of captions to hands-on strategies for crafting them, this webinar simplifies the journey of ADA-compliant captioning. Gain confidence in finding properly captioned videos and understanding the issues caused by auto-generated captions. Master the process of captioning your pre-existing videos and planning for future ones. Finally, learn expert tips to speed up the captioning process.

Friday, April 26th

11 am - 12:30 pm


Artificial Intelligence (AI) as a Partner in the Learning Process

Partnering with Artificial Intelligence (AI) as part of the learning process can feel daunting; where should faculty start and how do they know where to go from here? AI is here to stay, so let’s begin to build the framework in which it participates in our learning spaces as we direct it to do so. Relying on the elements of digital citizenship, we will create guidance to teach students the ins and outs of being an informed AI user and build a framework where you, the instructor, can begin to control the application/outcome of AI’s use in your learning environment.

Friday, May 3rd

11 am - 12:30 pm


Pronto Workshop

Learn to use SRJC's newest EdTech tool, Pronto, to enhance communication in your class.  Pronto is particularly great for student-to-student and small group communication.  In this workshop, you'll learn how Pronto can impact your course, the nuts and bolts of the tool, and how to start using it in your class.

This workshop is provided by Pronto.

Wednesday, May 8th

9-10 am


End of Semester Check-List

This workshop will cover the essential things you need to do to ensure your grades are calculated properly in Canvas, how to submit grades via the SRJC portal, and how to import your course content over for the next semester.  Join us!

Friday, May 17th

10 - 11 am




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