Register now for Bootcamp or IYOC that start on March 20!
Whether you are teaching online for the first time or looking to improve an online course you have taught many times, Clemson Online can help. Check out our new Quality Matters offerings to help prepare for Summer Accelerate and the fall semester.
Clemson Online is proud to announce new opportunities for instructors to gain experience in online course creation, teaching with Canvas, and the Quality Matters course review process. They include:
Please see the full descriptions and registration links at our Quality Matters for Summer Accelerate website.
For applicable participants, these trainings can be listed on annual reviews in the Faculty Success system. Check with your department for specific details. If you have any questions about these training opportunities or any aspect of Quality Matters at Clemson, please email Lori Kinley.
Join us for a special face-to-face training on iClicker Cloud. Learn to use iClicker Cloud for active learning activities such as live polling, knowledge checks, and more. Clemson Online is collaborating with an iClicker representative who will be on campus to demonstrate how iClicker Cloud works and why you should be using it in your class.
We still encourage you to register if you cannot attend in person. We will contact you about a virtual one-on-one consultation that better fits your schedule.
We are excited to introduce Zoom’s latest feature: American Sign Language Interpretation. Join this session to learn the basics of how this feature works and what you need to know if you are hosting a Zoom Event or meeting and require ASL interpreters. This training is for anyone who regularly hosts Zoom Events and meetings or for anyone who requires ASL interpretation. This training is the first of two events, the second is essential for hosting long Zoom Events. Click here to learn more about the second event.
Review Clemson Online’s Calendar of Events page for the instructional development events we will offer in Spring 2023.
Contact James Butler with any questions about these sessions.
Clemson Online – Where Tech and Teaching Meet
Discussion board groups are an easy way to break up a large classes and connect students to the course.
Last Week Digital Learning Strategist, Leslie Fuller, Ph.D, facilitated the Workshop Wednesday on learning objectives and course alignment.
Scheduling Zoom Appointments in Canvas is particularly helpful if you plan to meet with students exclusively on zoom for office hours.