ONLINE FACULTY CERTIFICATION PROGRAM:
The Online Faculty Certification Program is for faculty who teach online or who are interested in teaching online. It is delivered entirely online through Canvas, and it includes Distance Ed Guidelines, online teaching pedagogy, and the nuts and bolts of Canvas Learn.It is designed to take 20 hours to complete. For course outline, Flex numbers, and how to enroll, visit the Online Faculty Certification Program page.
CANVAS TRAINING FOR ON-CAMPUS INSTRUCTORS:
The Canvas Training for On-campus Faculty is for faculty who would like to enhance their traditional face-to-face course with a Canvas shell. The non-facilitated course is also delivered fully online through Canvas, and it is designed to take about 5-10 hours to complete.
You'll be introduced to the technical skills required to enhance your on-campus course with Canvas, including Copyright and Accessibility requirements.Through interactive tutorials, hands-on assignments, quizzes, and discussions, you'll learn how to navigate the system, add content to your course, allow students to submit assignments online, and post grades to your course.This is a non-facilitated, self-paced, fully online course.
As long as you have a Canvas account with the SDCCD you can self-enroll into the Canvas Training Course here: Introduction to Teaching with Canvas
Online Faculty Training:
SDCCD's Online Learning Pathways will be hosting online webinars to help faculty learn how to use Zoom, Canvas, and more for online learning. You can find the Schedule here and join any of the sessions by following the links on the page. These sessions will be recorded and captioned and you can find them both here SDCCD and CVC-OER.
Instructional Technology Workshops
Please checkout our Workshop Archives for recordings of our previously held workshops. Contact your campus Flex coordinator or the SDCCD Flex Handbook for more information on using our workshop archives towards an Independent Project Flex activity.