Tag Archive for "support"

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
President George Washington Presidents with Disabilities
In honor of Presidents Day, Karen looks at which past U.S. Presidents had disabilities, and suggests ways to help make that opportunity available to your students. Posted February 16, 2015
learning location image Space, time, learning and support 2
Distance students take courses more because of time than because of distance. Serving these students means finding new models for support. Posted August 4, 2014
Distance Learning Faculty- Get paid to create video for your course!
Sign up for Video Camp to work with professionals to create media for your online course. Posted June 30, 2014
Mandatory DL Orientation Update 2
This is an update from Distance Education about the mandatory DL orientation project and a delay in its implementation until Winter 2015. Posted June 13, 2014
Distance Learning Faculty- Get paid to create video for your course!
Congratulations to the Winter 2013 participants of Video Camp! Check out their wonderful productions: Tatiana Snyder, Psychology –  “What is a Forensic Psychologist?” Glenn Johnson, Health & Physical Education – “Exercises with Proper Form Series” Do you want to create beautiful and engaging media like this for your online course? Read on! Applications due to […] Posted April 7, 2014
Accessibility Handbooks Available! Accessibility Handbooks Available!
Get a handy guide for making accessible content for your online course. Posted January 28, 2014
mixed content warning in firefox Mixed Content in Desire2Learn
Are some of your links no longer loading in Desire2Learn? There’s a likely cause: your web browser. You see, your browser is trying to protect you from “Mixed Content.” Mixed content is a somewhat confusing way of referring to a secure web page (https, like D2L) including content from a non-secure (http) website. We will […] Posted September 19, 2013