Got questions about how to use Canvas and/or how to teach in the remote format? We're here to help. Join one of our daily webinars below. On the calendar, click on the webinar you'd like to participate and add it to your calendar.
Canvas Q&A - Available Weekly
ITT professionals host daily Canvas Q&A webinars to answer faculty questions. No registration required. See schedule of offering on the calendar located to the left .
Zoom Hands-On Practice Session
Hosts Anayanci Rubalcaba and Kari Morrison of CTLA offer hands-on practice sessions for faculty on effective use of Zoom. Register for a session by clicking on the day below. To ensure that every participant gets time to practice, each session is limited to the first 10 registrants.
HyFlex Classroom Training
Join us to learn about the recently updated technology in the classrooms. After a brief video featuring Dr. Ed Barron demonstrating the basics, the remaining time will be spent answering your questions related to teaching from an APU classroom with remote students.
No scheduled sessions currently.
Canvas Remote Teaching Training, Originally offered Aug. 10-14, 10-11am PT
Hosted by ITT professionals, these webinars equipped faculty with the essential knowledge, skills, and abilities to teach remotely this fall. Learn more.
Day 1 (8/10): Course Templates | Recording , Transcript, Chat
Day 2 (8/11): Canvas Essentials 1 | Recording , Transcript, Chat
Day 3 (8/12): Canvas Essentials 2 | Recording , Transcript, Chat
Day 4 (8/13): Canvas Essentials 3 | Recording , Transcript, Chat
Day 5 (8/14) : Resources | Recording , Transcript, Chat
Faculty Summer Institute, Originally offered May 18-21, 2020
The 2020 CTLA Faculty Summer Institute was a timely and unique professional development opportunity, focused on helping faculty engage students in remote learning environments. The four half-day institute focused on teaching, learning, and technology. Each day we conversed about a variety of topics that resourced faculty with timely strategies and teaching practices that are effective in a remote learning environment. The first two days were focused on synchronous (real-time) strategies, and the latter two days were focused on asynchronous (self-paced) strategies.