3. Training and Workshops
- Teaching with Canvas During Covid
- Zoom and Video Production
- Getting Your Materials Online
- Advanced Canvas
- Universal Design for International and Multilingual Learners
Self-paced, self-enroll Canvas trainings:
Description: This self-guided course will walk you through the process of acquiring and creating course materials. Connect with librarians who'll help source your materials, learn about fair use decision-making, and learn the basics of creating accessible content for online learning. This course will show you how to meet all of the accessibility guidelines in Emerson's Teaching Guidelines During Covid-19!
Description: Go beyond the basics! This self-guided course is for faculty who want to know more about Canvas notifications and announcements, the Gradebook, the Scheduler, holding virtual office hours, the Teacher App, Groups, and Peer Review.
Description: This self-guided course covers various strategies and technical tips for designing online courses with Universal Design for Learning (UDL) in mind, including illustrating your course content via multiple media, scaffolding assessments to provide low-stakes opportunities for practice, and inviting students to showcase the skills and knowledge they bring in online spaces.
Build Your Remote Canvas Course in 5 Steps
Best Practices for Teaching and Learning With Zoom
Tips for Holding Virtual Office Hours with Zoom
Online Library Resources for Remote Teaching
Accessing Emerson Services from Other Countries
Emerson VPN (for Isilon)
Connect to your desk phone remotely
Troubleshooting your home Wi-Fi
Software for Personal Devices