Share the link to this resource with your students: CCAC's Virtual Campus features 18 degree programs and 15 certificate and diploma programs that can be completed entirely online through the Virtual Campus. Learn more: https://www.ccac.edu/academics/virtual-campus/index.php
Teaching Online: An Introduction to Online Delivery
This workshop explores basic components of online course delivery. Participants will be introduced to best practices for teaching in an online learning environment, the instructor’s role and the learner’s role in the online classroom, the importance of getting (and keeping) students engaged, and methods of facilitating online discussions using the discussion board. Contact Millie Rodriguez email@example.com for next steps.
Showcase of Best Practice
The Showcase of Best Practice from Quality Matters (QM) is a place to view and share courses that have met QM Standards in official QM course reviews. There are many great ideas out there and this is a way to share them! Do you have a great example to share with the QM Community of how your course met QM Standards? Fill out the Showcase of Best Practice Submission Form to submit your short video.
Getting Started with Examity
New to Examity? Visit our Examity page for support materials that will help you integrate Examity into your courses.
Meet your Virtual Campus team members working to support you and students.
Virtal Campus Services Overview
Virtual Campus (VC) is the primary faculty training and support resource for teaching online. VC leadership and staff include Instructional Technologists, Instructional Designers, and Support Specialists available to assist faulty teaching in all modalities. Whether you are teaching on campus, online via Internet or Remote Learning (Zoom), or a Hybrid course the VC provides faculty training and support in these and many other areas:
Open Education Resources
Video Lecture Capture
Publisher’s Online Texts & Content
The VC team is available to provide faculty support according to your needs:
Get help via Zoom, email, phone contact, or in-person sessions according to your preference
Support sessions and consultations can be five minutes or an hour as needed
Technical, Instructional, and Course Development support is available