Good teaching is good teaching, whether it happens in courses that are face-to-face, web-facilitated, hybrid or fully online. The difference in teaching online is that digital components require careful planning, and fully-online courses take a considerable amount of time to produce the kind of high-touch student learning experience we expect at Seattle University. Below are some ways you can explore teaching online through CDLI.
If you plan to design a fully online or hybrid course, consider joining this community of practice that meets once a week for one quarter.
For alumni of Course Design, this CDII allows you to dig deeper into content creation. This course is generally offered in the Spring term.
Note: Course reviews are not required during COVID. If you plan to develop a fully online course, please note that all fully online courses need to be reviewed 30 days before the start date.
If your program is considering using ePortfolios for program assessment we would love to collaborate with you.
Seattle University faculty have created some amazing courses, assessments, and digital materials. Check out this page to see some of the beautiful work.
Several times each quarter, CDLI hosts a brown bag lunch session where an instructor highlights a digital intervention they have used in their classroom.
If you are an instructor who will be teaching an online class that has already been developed and reviewed, we recommend that you enroll in our Online Course Facilitation course. You will need to request to be enrolled using the link on the Creating Community in Your Canvas Course page.
If you would just like to learn a little more about teaching online, we have a variety of workshops and activities that happen in our lab every day. See our Calendar of Upcoming Events. We hope to see you here.