Del Mar College Mathematics Department
- Online Course Policy
- Math Online Course Review Rubric
Information for Online Instructors
1. MyMathLab WebEx workshops (free for DMC faculty)
The Pearson Education arranges WebEx workshops which are the most valuable online resource for those who would like to learn or improve thier skills teaching with MyMathLab. WebEx integrates audio conferencing via telephone and online collaboration with a standard Web browser, allowing to create and host online meetings.
To register for workshops click the link above and follow the instructions.
2. SLOAN online workshops (free for DMC faculty)
The SLOAN Consortium (Sloan-C) is the consortium of individuals, institutions and organizations committed to quality online education. The Consortium is dedicated to integrating online education into the mainstream of higher education, helping institutions and individual educators improve the quality, scale, and breadth of online education. Sloan-C offers degree and certificate programs; provides speakers and consultants to help institutions learn about online methodologies; hosts conferences and workshops to help implement and improve online programs.
Del Mar College is an institutional member of the Sloan Consortium. All facutly from Del Mar College may access these materials at no charge by creating an account associated with the college. Use the following instructions to take advantage of these resources.
Please feel free to contact SLOAN-C Event Team at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions!
3. STARLINK online workshops (free for DMC faculty)
The STARLINK, an agency of the Texas Association of Community Colleges Training Network, is providing innovative ideas, cutting-edge experts, and state-of-the-art training to higher education professionals via DVD and the Internet. STARLINK network currently provides over 100 hours of professional development programming annually to 140 member colleges and universities in twenty-four states and Canada.
4. Atomic Learning
If you need to have an answer to a software Question or learn about some chances for Professional activities use Atomic Learning help.
For information on getting a user id and password, please contact
Mary Reynoso in the Provost, Vice President of Instruction Office at
361-698-1205 or via email to email@example.com.
Open an internet browser window to http://movies.atomiclearning.com/k12/home/
Enter the username and password:
Use the blue tabs to access tutorials or utilize the search bar.
Review the Training/Support tab at http://movies.atomiclearning.com/highed/support
Contact the Atomic Learning Customer Experience Staff at cs@AtomicLearning.com
5. Online Training: Getting Results
This online training is available 24/7 for everybody and you can do it from home.
Getting Results is an online course comprised of six topics (http://www.league.org/gettingresults). The videos accompanying the modules include real teachers and students in real classroom settings across the country, representing a range of fields, institutions, programs, and subject areas.
Getting Results gives faculty members strategies for deepening teaching and learning. Extensive curriculum is now available online at no charge at http://www.league.org/gettingresults. Free downloadable PDF versions of web-based text and PowerPoint outlines are included with each module.
Getting Results begins with an orientation video followed by six modules. Each module features classroom videos illustrating classroom practice; background information about the teacher and class; activities for learners; readings; downloadable, printable PDF versions of web-based text content; customizable PowerPoint slide shows; and suggestions on how to incorporate the strategies into users’ own classrooms. Each module takes 2-3 hours to complete. The module topics are:
1. Creating a Community of Learners,
2. Planning for Outcomes,
3. Active Teaching and Learning,
4. Moving Beyond the Classroom,
5. Teaching with Technology, and
6. Assessing Teaching and Learning
6. Continue to expand your knowledge of Mymathlab from your computer, and interact with your peers from around the country! These sessions are live, and will allow you to get ideas on how to use My Mathlab in specific situations— online teaching environments, for example. If you haven’t used My Mathlab, there are general topic sessions as well! Choose 1 or all sessions to learn more about My Mathlab. All sessions are FREE, and open to all math professors, teaching a variety of classes from dev math through calculus and even statistics!
Click here to register:
7. Canvas certification.
Please contact via email elearning:
firstname.lastname@example.org for the training instructions.