Introduction to Canvas for Faculty
SBCTC eLearning offers a 3-week online training course free of charge to faculty and staff affiliated with the Washington state community and technical college system that covers the basics of the Canvas learning management system. See the description on the course registration page for more details.
How to Use Open Educational Resources
This course provides information and experience in using open educational resources (OER) in your teaching. We will discuss the concept of OER and open licenses. There will be plenty of practice in locating and sharing open educational resources. This is a 2-week online, asynchronous course and participants are expected to spend 10 hours to complete the course. For more information contact Boyoung Chae.
Accessibility 101: The Basics of Inclusive Design
This three-week, online, asynchronous course is designed for faculty and staff who want to learn simple and quick steps to make materials accessible for people with disabilities and better for all users. Participants need not be tech-savvy to take this course, but familiarity with Microsoft Office applications and Canvas are important. Participants will be introduced to basic accessibility concepts, practices and inclusive design standards. The time commitment for this course is approximately 20 hours. See the course registration page for upcoming training dates.
eLearning Faculty Learning Communities
SBCTC eLearning funds several eLearning and open educational resource related faculty learning communities.
Quality Matters (QM) is a faculty-centered, peer review process designed to certify the quality of online courses and online components. SBCTC eLearning funds Quality Matters training and certification for each community and technical college each year.
SBCTC eLearning provides periodic face-to-face training opportunities on community and technical college campuses. Please contact your college eLearning coordinator for specific details on upcoming training events.
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