Images are a delightful way to increase engagement and reinforce written content in an online course. But if not used correctly, images can be problematic. From the way you embed […]
How the California State University (CSU) system is helping faculty prepare for instructional uncertainties.
CVC/@ONE’s new course, Intro to Live Online Teaching & Learning, supports California Community College faculty design and teach effective, inclusive synchronous online courses.
Our team is geared up for spring! Our Spring 2021 courses are now open for enrollment and our team is working on meeting your needs in the year ahead! To […]
Accessibility is an important part of teaching online and, at times, it can benefit students, as well as faculty. Early on in my career at MiraCosta, I recall watching a […]
One of my earliest memories is sitting on the couch, pillows on either side for support, as I held my baby brother. I can remember putting my lips to his […]
Now, more than ever, we must center our teaching practices on one thing: we all are humans who are teaching and learning from a place of trauma.
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 […]
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!
@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 […]