Microsoft offers a wide range of trainings and documentation for remote learning and teaching
Online asynchronous course
Are you a trauma-aware educator? While trauma isn't new, the COVID-19 global pandemic has moved many higher educators to learn more about trauma's impacts. Learners who complete this fully asynchronous workshop will be able to define trauma and identify its impacts on both teaching and learning. This is a fully asynchronous course that learners can complete at their own pace. Learning activities include videos, written content, knowledge checks, and access to carefully curated trauma resources.
Effective Online Instruction
Inclusive Online Teaching
Back to School Series
Various dates & times
ACUE webinars are one-hour, live discussions that include Q&A with participants and are recorded and hosted by ACUE.
We hope the following tips, tricks, and pedagogy techniques give teachers and instructors an extra boost of creativity and motivation. These episodes are perfect for your drive to work or can be integrated as a ten-minute think session to get your wheels turning before stepping into the classroom or “zooming” onto the computer screen.
This competency-based, skill-building course will help non-U.S. students, first-generation immigrants, and foreign-born professionals better understand and master American online learning, as well as other U.S. virtual environments, for college and career success. In the post-COVID era, the course can also be very instrumental in assisting U.S.-based institutions in organizing remote learning activities for their current or prospective international students.
October 29, 2021
1:00- 2:00 PM ET
Hybrid-Flexible (HyFlex) courses are being used in more institutions of higher education than ever before. Institutions with robust classroom-based and online programs are implementing HyFlex courses and finding ways to combine expertise, resources, faculty and students to create a single course delivery mode that supports both classroom and online students in the same classes. This interactive panel presents the approaches used at several North American institutions with very different contexts, and provides a “best practices” summary that may help others following this path forward and design tips for an efficient move to HyFlex.
Part 1: November 2 | 1:00–2:00 p.m.EST
Part 2: November 4 | 1:00–2:15 p.m. EST
Part 3: November 11 | 1:00–2:15 p.m. EST
Part 4: November 18 | 1:00–2:15 p.m. EST
HyFlex (hybrid-flexible) courses provide an effective method to serve classroom-based students and online students in the same course with the same instructor. HyFlex courses usually provide students with the choice of attending scheduled classroom meetings or online meetings (asynchronous and/or synchronous) on a regular basis, allowing student choice in participation mode and preparing institutions for instructional continuity if classroom access is not possible. Well-designed HyFlex courses can provide a rich learning environment that improves and enhances the class experience for all students, whether online or in the classroom.
Connect with fellow Higher Ed leaders to share ideas and insights on a fall term like no other. Scroll to the bottom of the page to be notified about the August sessions.
The Blackboard Understanding the Ultra Experience Series is a 4-week program positioned to deepen your understanding of the Ultra experience for Learn and provide you with the information and answers you need as you learn about the transition to the Ultra experience.