Instructor presence is crucial to student success, perhaps especially in an online learning environment. Offering regular, meaningful feedback is an excellent way to contribute to student learning and to make […]
Identify at least two ways using Zoom for orientations can increase learner engagement and student success.
Join Chelsea on a tour of this assignment in the 4-minute video above. How might you blend research, group work, video creation, and friends and family into an empowering and […]
Did you know there’s a “wrong” way to add content onto a Canvas page? This little mistake is often the cause of broken links when you import your content into […]
I am the Instructional Technologist at Cañada College and I work a lot with faculty who are motivated and excited to improve their online and hybrid courses and make them […]
Chelsea Cohen shares a creative, fun, and equitable ice breaker idea using Google Maps and a Canvas Discussion.
Canvas notifications is an automatic way to stay abreast of activity in your courses as well as contributing to regular effective contact with your students. But there are a few […]
In October, more than 1,100 educators across California’s community colleges and beyond joined us for Can•Innovate. We are happy to announce that our next free, online conference, CCC Digital Learning […]
“Educators often struggle with correctly pronouncing the names of students from diverse populations. NameCoach addresses the problem of name mispronunciation and misgendering.”
When I signed up for the @ONE suite of courses for the Advanced Certificate in Online Teaching Principles, I didn’t expect they would help me to improve my on-campus classes. […]
If students could ask their college instructors to do one thing, what would it be? What makes a good online class? This student panel archive has these answers and more!
Links are how your students navigate your course content. While it might seem like a picayune matter, knowing how to set links up properly will have a pretty big impact […]