Online Education Workshop Calendar
See the calendar below for an overview of what's taking place this week, and for the links to join online. To view workshops taking place today, select the "Agenda" tab (on the right-side of the Calendar)
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Learn how to use Zoom, an easy to use video conferencing tool that allows for multiple participants, audio and video sharing, screen sharing, working on a whiteboard, recording, and more. In addition, learn how to access and install Microsoft Office 365 applications while off-campus. Presented by Hsiawen Hull, Director, COC Technology Services
This 90-minute webinar provides an overview of how to get started with Confer Zoom to host virtual class session, including an overview of basic (host controls, chat, share screen, record) and advanced meeting features (polling, whiteboard, breakout rooms).Presented by Michelle Pacansky-Brock, Faculty Mentor CVC-OEI/@ONE. ConferZoom slide deck
Join Instructional Designer Tracie Bosket, to learn about the Canvas Commons, a free repository that enables educators to find, import, and share resources. A digital library full of educational content, Commons contains templates, modules, assessments, and more shared by educators that can be imported in your course.
This Section 508/Accessible Design training with Scott McAfee, COC Disabled Students Programs & Services (DSP&S) Coordinator, will cover the basics of accessible design for our electronically accessible courses, web pages, and content. Learn how to design accessible documents, Canvas pages, and other required design elements for your digital and online content.
Join Cheryl Chapman, Instructional Designer CVC-OEI, for a special session focused on instructors who only teach face-to-face and are using Canvas for course materials and to maintain instructional continuity. Follow a few quick steps to create accessible pages in Canvas by chunking your content, adding accurate heading styles, tables, alt text for images, lists, and accurately captioned videos. Creating Accessible Content slide deck
This presentation by the CCC Accessibility Center, covers the basic accessibility practices to implement in Canvas when transitioning to the online environment. Resources identified in the video include:
- Transitioning to Online Teaching
- Accessible Content in Canvas
- Instructional, Student Services, and Shared College Resource Information (CVC-OEI)
In this presentation, Shawn Valćarcel, CVC-OEI Instructional Designer, will walk through the process of adding your course content to Canvas, organizing it in modules, creating a welcome page, and setting up assignments. Getting Started in Canvas slide deck
Explore the Canvas Gradebook features, tools, and settings with Trudi Radtke. Learn best practices for rubrics and assignment groups, and how to use the Speedgrader to view, evaluate, and provide feedback on student submissions.
Rubrics allow instructors to communicate criteria for grading assignments and explain qualities that characterize performance at difference levels. In this workshop, join Trudi Radtke in exploring best practices for setting up, building, and using grading Rubrics in Canvas.
This introductory workshop, Chloe McGinley, COC Online Education Coordinator, will walk through the essentials for getting started in Canvas and building accessible course content. Learn how to upload your syllabus, make a Home page, create an Announcement, and build an Assignment, enter Grades and provide feedback, and view your course in Student View.
Now that you're switching to temporary remote teaching and learning, Canvas provides you with a simple way to allow students to submit their work. Come learn about Canvas assignments with Helen Graves, CVC-OEI Instructional Designer.
Join Chloe McGinley, College of the Canyons Online Education Coordinator, to explore the Canvas Gradebook features, tools, and settings. Learn best practices for rubrics and assignment groups, and how to use the Speedgrader to view, evaluate, and provide feedback on student submissions.
Online Proctoring with Proctorio
Proctorio is a remote proctoring service software that works within Canvas, using a Chrome extension. Proctorio can monitor the behavior of test takers and conduct online student authentication. At this workshop, we'll explore how to enable Proctorio in a Canvas exam, set the controls for each exam, and view the results from the Proctorio Gradebook.
What Does It Mean To Teach Remotely? Ideas for Remote Instruction
Learn how to use Zoom, an easy to use video conferencing tool that allows for multiple participants, audio and video sharing, screen sharing, working on a whiteboard, recording, and more. In addition, learn how to access and install Microsoft Office 365 applications while off-campus.
Instructional, Student Services, and Shared College Resources
- CVC-OEI Instructional, Student Services, and Shared College Resources Information (open Canvas shell)
- Reduced Cost and Free Internet Access for Students
College of the Canyons offers a variety of professional development opportunities
to support Instructors in the development and delivery of quality online education. These
trainings are provided in coordination with:
- Online Education
- Professional Development
- Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning
- Educational Technology Committee
- Online Network of Educators
Additional professional development for online instructors
Visit the Online Network of Educators for:
- Online Teaching Showcase
- Course Design Showcase
- Course Design Academy
- @ONE Online Course List
- Byte-sized Canvas videos
Visit the California Community College Vision Resource Center for free online training through Linked In Learning.
For information on receiving Flex credit, please contact College of the Canyons Professional Development.