Creative Course Delivery

The Institute for Teaching and Learning (ITL) is currently working with the Academic Continuity Team to prepare faculty to teach through a variety of blended course modalities this fall. ITL Interim Director, Hillary Fuhrman gives an overview of the plans for creative course delivery in Fall 2020.

Video Overview by Hillary Fuhrman, Interim Director, Institute for Teaching & Learning

The Academic Continuity Team (ACT) is made up of faculty, staff, and students from the Institute for Teaching and Learning, Office of Distance Education, and Information Technology Services. In collaboration with the Taskforce to Determine Appropriate Creative Course Delivery, a RESOURCE TOOLKIT has been created to support the various course modalities. These outcomes, organized into 6 groups (Getting Started, Instruction Basics, Instruction Advanced, Engaging Students, Supporting Success, and Connecting Students) have been identified as strategies for ensuring your course, regardless of modality, is providing opportunities for students to learn.

Current Training Offerings

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We are excited to offer a variety of training options to meet faculty needs as they prepare high quality courses that focus on student learning, connection, and safety. All workshops will be recorded and made available on the ACT website. Visit the ACT Training page for detail on workshop and training opportunites.

If you need any additional support, feel free to schedule a consult with an ITL Staff/ACT member.