Archive for the ‘News’ Category
Fall Faculty Learning Communities: Focus on Rubrics
- Learn about rubrics and create one to use in your online course.
Posted October 2, 2015
Your Knowledge + Our Production Team = Video Camp!
- Distance Learning Faculty - Get paid to create engaging and professional media for your fully online courses!
Posted September 30, 2015
Introducing a guide for new and experienced online instructors
- Check out the new What Works Well in Teaching Online at PCC booklet that was created by the Distance Learning Advisory Council with feedback from faculty and staff.
Posted September 28, 2015
“Applying the Quality Matters Rubric” online workshop
- Date: Tuesday, November 3rd – Thursday, November 19th Facilitators: • Greg Kaminski (PCC) • Tani McBeth (PCC/Clark) • GwenEllyn Anderson (Chemeketa) This workshop explores the Quality Matters Rubric and provides a framework to improve the quality of online course design. This is the QM foundation workshop for anyone who might be interested in participating on a […]
Posted August 13, 2015
Applying the Quality Matters Rubric – Online workshop
- Don't miss this opportunity to learn how to improve online course design using the Quality Matters rubric.
Posted April 28, 2015
Did you caption your video? Do you need to?
- Distance Ed. has changed the requirement for faculty to caption their own videos. Read more about the change and how Distance Ed. and Disability Services are here to support you and your students.
Posted April 21, 2015
D2L Mooc for effective practices using the learning environment
- Learn more about the D2L Learning Environment and some effective practices from this free online MOOC.
Posted April 7, 2015
New Encryption Algorithm for Student Records
- Distance Education is rolling out a new service to use a new encryption algorithm to protect student records.
Posted April 1, 2015
Regional OER Conference coming to PCC
- OER Regional Conferences: Registration Open – for immediate release Be a champion! Use open resources to reduce student costs Open Educational Resources – materials that are freely available on the web or in the library – benefit students immediately through cost savings and can be a great vehicle for faculty looking for new ways to […]
Posted February 10, 2015
Copyright conversations for faculty
- Learn more about copyright for faculty with these TLC sessions in February.
Posted January 27, 2015