How to Begin Teaching Online at Cañada
Here are some steps you can take to begin teaching online or hybrid courses at Cañada.
- Discuss online education opportunities with your division dean.
- Add a DE Addendum to the course you'd like to begin teaching online or hybrid, if it doesn't already have one with the Curriculum Committee.
- Get certified to teach online, or get re-certified if your certification was completed more than three years ago. See below.
- Read the Distance Education Faculty Handbook and review the Faculty Checklist for Successful Online Teaching (you'll be asked to sign this before teaching online courses).
Visit our Online Teaching Guides page.
Learn how to deliver accessible courses to students.
Visit our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page.
Explore Additional Resources
- OEI Course Design Rubric
- Seven Principles of Effective Teaching: A Practical Lens for Evaluating Online Courses - 2001 article that provides guidelines for online teaching, based on the widely-used principles outlined in the classic 1987 Chickering and Gamson article (Chickering, A., & Gamson, Z. (1987), Seven principles of good practice in undergraduate education, AAHE Bulletin, 39, 3-7).
- CCC Distance Education Accessibility Guidelines (2012)
- @One Principles for Quality Online Teaching