Upcoming Summer 2020 Workshops

Instructional Development is offering a variety of workshops and courses this summer to help faculty prepare for the Fall 2020 semester.

Please visit our workshops page for dates and registration information.

Learn About Teaching Fully Online:

Online Teaching and Learning Strategies

  • A rigorous four-week, fully online certification course that guides faculty through the development of an online course and introduces the current research and best practices for online teaching and learning.
  • Delivered fully online through myCourses.
  • Registration space has been added for anyone who was unable to register previously.

Online Teaching Resources

  • A fully online and independent learning opportunity that has been adapted from our more rigorous Online Teaching and Learning Strategies course.
  • Offered fully online in myCourses via self-enrollment.

Learn About Blended/Flipped Learning:

2020 Fall Course Prep Workshop Series

  • A workshop series that explores the differences between instructional modes and helps identify which course components can be conducted online.
  • Delivered as multiple one-hour live Zoom meetings throughout the month of June.

Fundamentals of Flipping

  • A fully online and independent learning opportunity that offers faculty the ability to explore resources related to Flipped Learning at their own pace
  • Offered fully online in myCourses via self-enrollment.

Instructional Technology Workshops:

Creating Online Lectures with Kaltura

  • Learn how you can use Kaltura to record lectures or other types of videos for your students to watch online.
  • Workshops are one hour long, offered via Zoom.

Tips for Hosting Zoom Meetings

  • Learn how you can use Zoom to host live online meetings with your students.
  • Workshops are one hour long, offered via Zoom.

Humanize Online Discussions with VoiceThread

  • Learn how VoiceThread can be used to facilitate asynchronous audio/video discussions in myCourses.
  • These one-hour online workshops are hosted by VoiceThread, not UMassD.