This Canvas training course meets the DE certification requirements at Delta College. Offered fully online to Delta faculty, free of charge.
Registration closes on Monday, Nov. 23 5:00pm, or as soon as the class fills.
The goal of this 3-week training is to help you learn the core features of the Canvas system to teach and support your classes.
The course consists of 9 modules that are grouped into 3 Units. If you schedule yourself to do one Unit per week, you will find this a fairly relaxed pace. You may move along at your own pace.
Ready for the next leg of your online teaching journey?
Prerequisite: Open to Canvas-Certified Faculty
Length: 3 weeks
- Nov 30 – Dec 18 – Register! (Closes on 11/25 at 5:00pm or when class fills)
This class will familiarize you with the Course Design Rubric, a roadmap for quality online course design created by California Community Colleges (CCCs) and the Online Education Initiative (OEI). The Rubric has been a statewide model since 2014, enabling more students to complete their educational goals by increasing access to and success in high-quality online courses.
In this class, we’ll guide you toward increasing both equity and effective student engagement through quality course design. You’ll learn about the four areas of the Course Design Rubric – Content Presentation, Interaction, Assessment, Accessibility – and see dozens of examples of how you can begin to align your course.
Faculty who complete this class with a grade of 70% or higher will be eligible to receive a $300 stipend and 15 hours of Flex.
- Check out the below links for statewide training opportunities in formal training sessions as well as access to LinkedIn Learning/Lynda.com through the CCCCO Vision Resource Center; Zoom webinars on Canvas; Using Zoom, Accessibility, Equity, Labster… and more!
ASCCC Professional Development College (Available courses in Curriculum, Governance and Orienting New Faculty and Teaching)