Teaching Online @ Truman
To teach online at Truman, faculty members must complete training which certifies that they armed with information and techniques to help ensure a successful experience for themselves and their students in the online environment.
To find out more about the various training/certification options, please contact the Learning Technologies Office (firstname.lastname@example.org | 660-785-7750) or visit with your school dean.
Looking for resources to peruse on your own?
We offer the following off-campus links to other successful programs and/or resources for getting ready to teach online/hybrid/blended courses.
- University of Tennessee’s Online Instructor Toolkit
- The 5 Pillars of Quality Online Education by the Sloan-C Consortium
- Blackboard’s Online Teaching Strategies
- How-To Guide for Creating Accessible Online Learning Content by the Sloan-C Consortium
- University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee – “Introduction to Hybrid Courses“
- Portland Community College – “Hybrid Classes” See esp. the collection of handouts and tutorials by scrolling down the page – these may be very helpful in shaping your content and choosing online activities which meet your learning objectives.
- Web 2.0 Selection Criteria: Save Time Choosing an Appropriate Tool – From Northwestern
- Online Learning Consortium – formerly Sloan Consortium- an excellent and ongoing peer-reviewed journal.
- EducauseConnect Resources on “Hybrid or Blended Learning“
- EducauseConnect Resources on “Online Teaching Strategies“