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Faculty Resources & Development

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Specialized Training and Workshops

The Online Teaching Certification (OTC) takes a deep dive into developing, building, and teaching a fully online course. You will take part in an eight week course where you will get the opportunity to get the student perspective of an online course while also building your own course. You will be introduced to fundamental course design practices as well as tools that help with establishing consistent communication, engaging course content, and a strong online learning community. 

 

Upcoming OYC Offerings:

Fall 2021 (Runs from September 20th, 2021, to November 15th 2021)

Winter 2022 (Runs from January 24th, 2022, to March 21st, 2022)

Fall 2021 (Runs from September 20th, 2021, to November 15th 2021)

 

Enrollment is limited. Please use the link below. 

Classroom Support

Learning Commons Student Learning Assistants (SLAs) primarily support student learning in a designated course and/or campus program. SLAs are meant to aid in the learning process of students--not direct it--and support faculty members and students in achieving their desired learning outcomes. This support does not replace faculty members’ role in the classroom, but instead, supplements their efforts so students receive additional support both inside and outside of the classroom. Similar to supplemental instruction, SLAs may lead group tutoring/study sessions with students outside of the classroom, and inside of the classroom SLAs may assist with technology support, small-group discussions, and offering one-on-one support for students. 

Please note the deadline for Fall 2021 SLA Faculty Applications has closed. 

*Submitting a SLA Faculty Application does not guarantee SLA placement. Requests will be evaluated based on strength of application and capacity of the ASC department. 

Library Resources

Sample Materials

A great way to re-envision what we do in our own classes is to see what others have done in theirs. Here are some samples of different courses, syllabi and assignments. 

Syllabi Statements