Mastering Online Teaching Series

Mastering Online Teaching: Fundamentals of Online Course Design and Delivery

Redesigned in April 2020, this Mastering Online Teaching (MOT) Fundamentals course is a four-week, primarily asynchronous , online mini-course delivered through iCollege with recommended synchronous webinars.  MOT is taught by staff at the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning. The goal of this course is to introduce to faculty who are new to teaching online the fundamentals of online course design and delivery. In the process, participants will construct a Welcome Module, at least one content module, and detailed plans for developing the remainder of their online course.

All Georgia State University instructors are welcome to participate in MOT Fundamentals. The required weekly time commitment could vary widely depending on instructor expertise, how closely existing resources align with MOT course requirements, and if faculty choose to participate in supplemental live webinars. Instructors who successfully complete MOT course assignments will receive a digital badge.

Register for Mastering Online Teaching: Fundamentals
Please ONLY register for the May session if you will be teaching online over the summer in order to allow limited enrollment for those who will teach in summer semester.
There are no classes available at this time
All Mastering Online Teaching sessions are conducted via iCollegeYou will receive an email welcoming you to the session 2-3 days prior to the start of the session.
When you register please be sure to register using your GSU email address to ensure that any Mastering Online Teaching communications are delivered to you in a timely manner.

 

Mastering Online Teaching: GTA Course Facilitation

A new offering for May 2020, MOT GTA Course Facilitation is a two-week online asynchronous workshop intended for GTAs who are not in the role of instructor of record.  It provides best practices in student engagement and monitoring techniques for online courses.  The best practices discussed in this workshop include pedagogical and iCollege recommendations.

All Georgia State University GTAs are welcome to participate in MOT GTA Course Facilitation. The required weekly time commitment could vary widely depending on GTA expertise and if they choose to participate in supplemental live webinars. GTAs who successfully complete two (2) MOT course assignments will receive a digital badge.

NOTE:  This workshop may also be appropriate for PTIs that are teaching from a pre-designed course.  Check with your department chair to determine if this version of Mastering Online Teaching is appropriate for you.

Register for Mastering Online Teaching: GTA Course Facilitation
Please ONLY register for the May session if you will be teaching online over the summer in order to allow limited enrollment for those who will teach in summer semester.
Monday, August 17 – Friday, August 28
All Mastering Online Teaching sessions are conducted via iCollegeYou will receive an email welcoming you to the session 2-3 days prior to the start of the session.
When you register please be sure to register using your GSU email address to ensure that any Mastering Online Teaching communications are delivered to you in a timely manner.

Mastering Accessibility

Mastering Accessibility is one in a 4-week workshop that provides participants with information and activities that will enable them to create accessible content for an online course.  This course is intended for instructors who currently teach or plan to teach a course that is fully online.  However, those who want to teach a hybrid course or supplement their face-to-face courses with online activities may find this course useful as well.

Register for Mastering Accessibility
Check the CETL worshop schedule.
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