Welcome to @ONE’s Course List
@ONE’s online courses are designed to support you to become an effective online instructor. Learn the basics of Canvas, the fundamentals of course design, and the principles of quality online teaching. You may take our courses a la carte or stack the digital badges you earn to complete one of our Certificates.
When you find a course you’d like to take, browse our current offerings to register.
Facilitated Online Courses
You must be an employee of a California Community College to enroll in these courses.
Online Teaching & Design
Online Teaching Principles
Online College Counseling
Learn about approaches to Individual and Group Online Counseling, Online Student Success and Retention, Counseling Students with Disabilities Online, Implementation and Evaluation of Online Counseling Services.
Online Mental Health Counseling for Non-Clinicians
A 2-week course for Non-Mental Health Counselors who have an interest in learning more about the legal and ethical guidelines of online mental health counseling.
Online Mental Health Counseling for Clinicians
A 2-week course for Mental Health Clinicians working in the California Community College System. The course will provide clinicians the opportunity to explore how current face-to-face Mental Health services can also be provided through online platforms.
Self-Paced Online Courses
Accessibility in Canvas
Do you use Canvas to teach? In this self-paced course, learn about essential accessibility principles that benefit all students, how to leverage Canvas tools, and just-in-time tips to expedite your course design.
Online Mental Health Counseling (Clinicians)
The Distance Mental Health for Clinicians course addresses areas of consideration associated with the development of a legally and ethically based program for distance mental health services.
Introduction to Designing for Accessibility
Are you unwittingly creating roadblocks to learning for some of your students? The National Center for Educational Statistics shares the perhaps startling statistic that 1 in 10 undergraduates reports having a disability. Learn simple ways to create accessible content in Canvas.
Creating a Welcome Video
Brief, imperfect videos are a key element of Humanized Online Teaching, which supports the affective dimensions of learning and is key to achieving equity in online education. This course will walk you through recording, hosting, captioning, and sharing your video with your students.
Are you new to Canvas and in need of a starting point to begin building an online course? This 5-Day Challenge is an excellent option that will guide you through a "hands-on" process of building a framework in Canvas, and take your first steps toward course design mastery!
ABCs of Online Course Design
Whether you're just getting started teaching online or you're an "old hand" wanting to assess the strengths of your course, the Online Education Initiative's Course Design Rubric is a simple (yet marvelously effective) tool for taking your course from good to great!
Creating a Liquid Syllabus
A Liquid Syllabus, an element of Humanized Online Teaching, sends cues of trust and social inclusion to students before a course starts, which is key to achieving equity in online education. This course will guide you through the steps to create your own Liquid Syllabus using Google Sites.
Video Captioning Accessibility
Videos can capture your students’ attention and increase engagement in your course. Reach all of your students! Learn to caption a video you created or one owned by someone else.
Why talk about accessibility you ask? It’s not just the law, it is an essential part of universal design (inclusive teaching) which supports removing barriers for all students during the learning process. Learn how to design accessible course content starting with the first page you create in Canvas!
Practical Data Analytic Strategies
Interested in learning more about Data Analytics? If so, this may be the course for you. You'll have the opportunity to explore the topics of data collection, analysis, and presentation through text and media.
Note: All course registrations close at 5 p.m. on the Thursday prior to the course start date.