Are you among the cadre of instructors who disables the Canvas Syllabus page in your course navigation? Let me show you a nifty way to organize your syllabus content so […]
Can•Innovate is a free, online conference from CVC-OEI that supports the learning of any educator who wants to attend, no matter where they are located!
So much Canvas, so little time! Today’s Byte-sized episode spotlights four nifty little Canvas tricks you may not have been aware of. We’ll look at a specific benefit of module […]
I am a big fan of stories about people who have accomplished extraordinary feats. The majority of books, articles, and films that top my list are about their lives. Their […]
A well-done rubric is a thing of beauty for both students and instructors. They provide students with a set of guidelines to help them meet your expectations for the assignment […]
@ONE welcomes two new IDs to our team and announces updates to our course adoption process and certificate programs.
Was your college education largely spent sitting in lecture halls and classrooms listening to professors talk (…and talk…and talk)? Even if that works in face-to-face situations—and research is showing otherwise—it’s […]
Why are student-student interactions so important in an online course and what strategies are most helpful to cultivate them?
When broaching the argument that online courses aren’t as effective as in-person, people often bring up the absence of face to face contact. But video conferencing platforms like Zoom and […]
Can•Innovate 2019, a free online conference brought to you by the CVC-OEI for the California Community College system, will be held on Friday, October 25, 2019. The call for proposals is now open.
Learn how to use ConferZoom to support instructor-student and student-student interactions in your online courses.
The award-winning, research-based Peralta Equity Rubric is designed to work with the OEI Course Design Rubric to foster an expanded understanding and appreciation for student populations, particularly for disproportionately impacted students.