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Sprint 4.C Supporting neurodivergent learners online

Learn to create inclusive online courses for neurodivergent learners by enhancing instructor presence, course design, and policies. Join our latest faculty sprint today!

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Online coursesupport

Need assistance with your course design? Interested in improving the learner experience in your course? Or are you looking for templates to use in Canvas? Design Services is here to assist.

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Training & certifications

Online teaching certification seminar

Faculty/instructors are invited to register for upcoming sessions of the Online Teaching Certification Seminar, which is offered periodically throughout the year.

Online teaching recertification seminar

A 3-week course, intended to build upon skills learned in the Online Teaching Certification Seminar.

Sprint mini-courses for instructors

Join our new fully autonomous and asynchronous instructor development program.

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Academic TechnologiesSupport

Our Academic Technologies team is ready to help you use the appropriate teaching and learning technologies in your online courses.

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Staff blog

Beyond Panopto: Crafting compelling educational videos

This presentation demonstrates the creation of engaging educational videos using Adobe Express, highlighting its features and the benefits of incorporating videos into teaching practices. 

Navigating online proctoring: Introducing HonorLock

At UM System, we value academic integrity and diverse student needs. We're excited to introduce HonorLock, a new online proctoring tool ensuring secure and fair assessments.

The end or the beginning? Reframing the future of writing assignments in the age of AI

In this presentation, Kirk Wilkins offers a research-based framework to inspire instructors to renew their teaching practices in the age of AI.

What do you believe about digital accessibility?

Learn more about our commitment to digital accessibility, including misconceptions, the prevalence of disabilities among students, and the tools and support available to create accessible digital content.

Canvas discussion and announcement changes

The redesigned Canvas discussions and announcements are scheduled to be enabled on May 13, 2024.

Webinar: Create your own interactive content with Pressbooks and H5P

This recorded webinar focuses on how to use Open Educational Resources (OER) creation tools provided and supported by the UM System.