Follow Up Friday: Clemson Online Social Media

May 6, 2022

Clemson Online Social Media

Follow along on our social platforms (@ClemsonOnline) and get the inside scoop on upcoming events, tips for teaching with technology, and much more. Our social media team, led by Digital Learning Designer Rachel Greene, delivers accessible, impactful content that will help you stay up to date on the latest online learning best practices. Everything you need to know about Teaching, Tech, and upcoming events that make navigating and effectively running an online classroom easier- all in one place!

While you’ll find be able to locate all the information on all our platforms here are a few standout features:

  • Twitter includes Retweets of helpful topics and updates from our partners at Clemson University and other educators around the world such as using Open Educational Resources or simple changes to help reduce student anxiety.
  • Facebook houses our complete video playlists of Teaching and Tech Tips you may have missed or want to reference and Guides that break down topics in a quick and easy-to-understand format.
  • Instagram and Facebook feature stories where you can get reminders of upcoming events, behind-the-scenes content, and interact with us directly via polls. Some stories are saved as highlights on Instagram for future viewing.

Below is a preview of just some of the content you can see when you follow @ClemsonOnline on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter.

In Case You Missed It

Faculty Resource Center Newsletter

Our Faculty Resource Center is a one-stop shop for you to access online teaching suggestions, tips, critical information, and best practices. Self-enroll in the FRC and you will receive a monthly newsletter on Clemson Online’s upcoming training sessions and events. This month’s Newsletter contains information on upcoming Kaltura training sessions as well as a Quick Hit on Camtasia ’22 updates.

Related Content from the Archives

For more information on Quality Matters (QM) reviews and how you can get your course reviewed, check out this post from the archives that breaks down what QM is. If you would like to submit your course for review, or you have any questions about the QM process, please contact Yamil Ruiz ( Clemson Online’s QM Coordinator.

Faculty Resources

Canvas Training

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Click the COFFEE logo see our list of COFFEE courses where you can learn the basics of Canvas or Canvas-related topics such as accessibility and video creation.

Iced COFFEE – If you need a thorough training program to get you up-to-speed on using Canvas well, register for ICED COFFEE (May 16th – June 19th) for a directed learning experience by emailing!

Online Teaching Resources

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Click the logo to self-enroll in this Canvas site where you will have access to quick start guidesfor Canvas, Zoom, online testing resources, and much more!


Canvas and Online Teaching Support

Schedule a ConsultationWhether you would like guidance on how to use online learning tools or you would like guidance on best online teaching practices, you can meet with one of our expert staff who is ready to assist you when it fits your schedule.

Social Media

Stay in the know about upcoming training, teaching tips, and tech tips by following us!

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Visit our website or use the direct links below for more:

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