Teaching with Technology Basics

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Teaching with Technology

Whether you are teaching a face-to-face, blended/hybrid, or fully online course we have training and tools to help you design an excellent course. Review our faculty development offerings:

Faculty Development and Training

Teaching with Technology Basics

There are a number of basic tools and techniques that are used consistently in creating fully online, blended, and technology-enhanced face-to-face courses, you can browse the links below to learn about each one.

Backward Course Design

Learn the basics of backwards design, a process that educators use to design learning experiences and instructional techniques to achieve specific learning goals.

Teaching with D2L Brightspace

Teaching with D2L Brightspace

Get started with teaching and learning essentials in D2L Brightspace.

Learning to Write a Syllabus on LinkedIn Learning

Learn how to write a syllabus that sets students up for success. Get syllabus examples and tips for creating a course schedule, adding grading criteria, and summarizing learning objectives.

Effective Design for Creating Presentations

This document serves to introduce several presentation design principles that you may consider when creating your next presentation, or revising an old one.

Screen and Lecture Capture

Learn about the tools and techniques available to capture and easily share interactive lectures and other videos in your face-to-face, flipped, hybrid/blended, or online classes.

Writing Effective Exam Questions

This document outlines some strategies for writing effective multiple choice exams.

Technology Tools for Teaching and Learning

Technology Tools for Teaching and Learning

Whatever your teaching style, and whether your course is entirely face-to-face, hybrid, flipped/blended, or fully online, we can assist with the technology tools to enhance your course and your student's learning experience.