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Mission Online : Teaching Online

Teaching Online


 

Going ONLINE!

In response to the call to move instruction online, we have created a resource page with on-demand videos to help you get your course ready! 


To teach an online or hybrid course at LAMC, faculty must be proficient in the use of our campus learning management system (LMS) and have training in online pedagogy. Faculty can provide this evidence by submitting (1) training certification(s) and/or (2) other evidence of prior online teaching/experience using the college’s LMS. Additionally, faculty should demonstrate the ability to create effective online learning experiences for students in Canvas.

NOTE:
  1. Please take these two introductory courses to become DE certified.
  2. Faculty may qualify for course fee reimbursement. Requests can be considered no earlier than 30 days prior to the date that the course(s) start and no later than the end of the second week of classes.
     

LMS Proficiency

The Distance Education Committee recommends the @One course "Introduction to Teaching with Canvas."

Introduction to Teaching with Canvas

This 4-week course will introduce you to the beauties of using Canvas in online, hybrid, and face-to-face classes. These simple, hands-on lessons give you the chance to master Canvas in your own practice course to build a home page, content page, discussion, and quiz, while also exploring how to use Canvas communication tools.

If you're new to Canvas, or just want a powerful refresher on the basics, this course is a great starting point, and you get to keep your sandbox to play in, experiment, and build your online material!

 

Online Pedagogy

The Distance Education Committee recommends the @One course "Introduction to Online Teaching and Learning."

Introduction to Online Teaching and Learning

In this 4-week course you'll gain proficiency in the unique qualities and perspectives of masterful online teaching, including powerful ways to support the success of online students, how to lay a foundation for a productive learning community, and infusing your course with your distinctive presence. We'll walk you through the pertinent federal, state, and local regulations impacting online teaching, and set you on a path to designing success for you and your students!

To submit proof of completion of training or for more information about your equivalent experience, please contact the LAMC Distance Education Coordinator.




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Canvas Resources

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What is Canvas?

Discover Canvas, a cloud-based learning management system.
 

Guides

Public documentation for the Canvas LMS and mobile-related products, Canvas Data, Canvas Studio, Canvas Data, Canvas Catalog, Practice, Community, and Video.
 

Release Notes

Release Notes for the Canvas LMS and mobile-related products, Catalog, Canvas Data, Practice, and Studio.
 

Canvas Training

This is your portal to access Canvas Training throughout your implementation and to purchase additional training, thereafter!
 

Canvas Network

Canvas Network offers open, online courses where educators and students everywhere can learn and connect.
 

CanvasLIVE!

CanvasLIVE is a virtual event destination for all Canvas users! Events are hosted by Instructure employees, Canvas Community members, and/or Canvas Partners. Sessions are designed to help users improve and enhance their teaching and learning with Canvas! 
 

Universal Design for Learning in Canvas

Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a framework for designing multiple and flexible strategies for learning experiences that are effective for our variable and diverse students. 

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