Preparing to Teach Remotely Workshop (2020-2021)

Monday, June 15, 2020 

Rolling enrollment


The Preparing to Teach Remotely Workshop is a self-paced asynchronous workshop where faculty will develop a plan to move their face-to-face course(s) to remote course(s). Faculty will:

· Identify how the syllabus will be shared


· Identify how grades will be shared


· Identify how content will be shared


· Identify how activities/assignments will be delivered


· Identify how you and your students will communicate



· Remote Teaching Plan

· Remote Teaching Communication Plan


Who Should Attend: Faculty who did not teach a remote course during the Spring or Summer session. Faculty who taught a remote course during Spring or Summer Sessions who would like guidance for the Fall 2020 semester. Newly hired faculty

Schedule: Rolling enrollment June 15 to August 14

This workshop is self-paced and faculty should expect to spend approximately 5-10 hours completing the workshop.


Registration open through 6/15/2021 3:00 PM EST

About Us

Department of Digital Learning


Supporting faculty in the use of technology to facilitate teaching and to extend teaching and learning beyond the classroom.

  • Learning Management System (Canvas), Kaltura, Turnitin, Checkbox Survey, Adobe Connect
  • Web technologies including publisher integrations, student response systems, blogs, video, audio, and portfolios


Empowering faculty to develop exemplary courses and integrate technology into the curriculum.

  • One-on-one consultations
  • Basic to Advanced Canvas LMS training
  • Technology tools training


Strengthening the instructional effectiveness of your Face to Face, blended and online course through informed design, proven pedagogical strategies, and strategic use of digital media, audio, video, and other digital learning technologies.

Training Facilitator

CJ Jordanek, Asst. Director

Lucas Center