The typical California community college online student is often managing quite a lot. Today’s environment is proving how difficult it is for students who are now expected to function almost […]
As more courses are taught online, educators must transform their traditional assessments or risk exacerbating equity gaps through the use of online proctoring.
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Moving from Synchronous to Asynchronous Online Instruction When you need to quickly shift from teaching in a physical classroom to teaching online, it may seem natural to stick with your […]
Recordings of live ConferZoom sessions are sometimes used to allow students to watch a missed class session, to review an earlier session, or shared with a future class. Depending on […]
Encouraging students to use their phones in class is typically not a popular topic in higher education articles. However, when students need to unexpectedly transition from face-to-face to online learning […]
The Learning Never Stops: Preparing to Teach in an Emergency Emergency power shut-offs. Fire evacuations. Pandemic quarantines. The list of emergencies that could require you to temporarily move your course […]
On October 25, 2019, CVC-OEI/@ONE hosted the third annual Can•Innovate conference, to support the effective design and teaching of online courses through the use of Canvas. The first conference, in […]
The CVC-OEI will not be coordinating a centralized CCC Digital Learning Day program in February 2020. Here are some ways you can stay involved…
The HTML environment (meaning pages in a Canvas course) is the most user-friendly for both screen reader devices and mobile devices. On top of that, remediating Word, PowerPoint and PDF […]
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