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Welcome to the Online Teaching Program
Workshop Resource Wiki
a collection of resources
shared by facilitators of the Online Teaching Program
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About the Online Teaching Program

The Online Teaching Program is designed to help you adapt your course for the online environment and prepare you to teach online. The program consists of a course with self-paced modules in Canvas, online workshops with experiential learning opportunities, and one-on-one consultation support with an educational consultant.

To visit the Canvas modules, explore workshops, and learn more, please visit https://ctlt.ubc.ca/programs/all-our-programs/online-teaching-program/

OTP Supporting Workshops

OTP Module Workshop Title
Module 1: Introduction Transitioning to Online Teaching (TOT): A Blended Approach
Module 1: Introduction Blended Learning from a Different Focus
Module 1: Introduction Supporting Student Bandwidth in Online Learning Environments
Module 2: Getting Started The land you live on: Native Land
Module 2: Getting Started Centring Indigenous Perspectives in Online Spaces
Module 2: Getting Started Centring Indigenous Voices In Your Course Syllabus
Module 2: Getting Started Inclusive Teaching: What Is It and Why Does It Matter?
Module 2: Getting Started Writing a (Mindful) Learner-Centered and Inclusive Syllabus
Module 2: Getting Started Cultivating Students' Understanding of Academic Integrity in our Online and Face-To-Face Courses
Module 3: Designing Online Assessment Using the UBC Wiki to Enhance Student Learning Through Open Assignments
Module 3: Designing Online Assessment Creating Multiple Choice Questions for Higher Order Learning
Module 3: Designing Online Assessment Peer Feedback for Meaningful Student Engagement in Online Teaching
Module 4: Designing Engaging Learning Activities Using the UBC Wiki to Enhance Student Learning Through Open Assignments
Module 4: Designing Engaging Learning Activities Facilitating Effective Asynchronous Discussions
Module 4: Designing Engaging Learning Activities Facilitating Active Peer-to-Peer Engagement in Online Spaces
Module 4: Designing Engaging Learning Activities Introduction to Community Engaged Learning Principles, Pedagogy and Practice
Module 4: Designing Engaging Learning Activities Learning Beyond the Computer: Place-Based Experiential Learning in Remote Contexts
Module 4: Designing Engaging Learning Activities Designing courses with Care: Did I miss any student in my online course?
Module 5: Online Content to Promote Learning Finding, Using, and Adapting Open Resources For Your Courses
Module 5: Online Content to Promote Learning UBC Studios: Virtual Open House
Module 5: Online Content to Promote Learning Teaching Remotely with Care: Introduction to Accessible Online Courses and Open Educational Resources (OER)
Module 6: Teaching in the Online Classroom Virtual Facilitation 201: Building Engagement
Module 6: Teaching in the Online Classroom Unstable Connections: Unmuting Multilingual Learners while Working Inside the Zoom Box
Module 6: Teaching in the Online Classroom Making Teamwork Work in Online Courses
Module 6: Teaching in the Online Classroom Building Community Online
Module 7: Creating a Supportive Online Environment Supporting Student Well-being in an Online Learning Environment
Module 7: Creating a Supportive Online Environment Preventing and Responding to Sexualized Violence: Considerations for Digital Classrooms
Module 7: Creating a Supportive Online Environment Intersections of Decolonization, Allyship and Transformative Teaching and Learning
Module 7: Creating a Supportive Online Environment The UBC Early Alert Program: Support for students to get back on track
Module 7: Creating a Supportive Online Environment Is Netiquette Enough?: Cultivating Classroom Climate in an Online Environment
Module 7: Creating a Supportive Online Environment Cultivating Solidarity and Nurturing an Anti-racist Teaching Practice
Module 8: Role of Teaching Assistants in Online Classroom Teaching with Teaching Assistants Online


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