The Online Teaching Certificate is designed to take faculty from development through facilitation of their online courses and hybrid courses; increase engagement and satisfaction; and provide technology skills and resources to faculty.
The Online Teaching Certificate is designed to take faculty from development through facilitation of their online courses and hybrid courses; to further increase instructor-to-student engagement and satisfaction; and to provide technology skills and resources to increase faculty confidence while teaching. Faculty will be awarded a Certificate in Online Teaching by the Center for Faculty Development after completing the five core workshops.
A kickoff workshop has been scheduled for October 11th 9:00 am – 10:00 am in the Curriculum Room, Walsh Library. During this session you will learn about the core workshops that comprise the certificate, as well as reasons you might want to pursue this credential.
To register for the kickoff workshop, please click here.
Through the Center for Faculty Development, the TLT Center is pleased to offer an Online Faculty Development Certificate Program to assist faculty in gaining important skills to successfully facilitate and improve their online courses.
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