Resources for Faculty and Instructors
As you start to think about and develop your online or blended course, some of the material that you already use in classroom teaching may transition easily to an online learning environment, and some may need to be re-worked. A successful online or blended course can include creating new material and applying innovative teaching strategies. For an effective online learning experience, content should be presented in a way that can be viewed and digested in chunks with engaging enrichment materials. There are a variety of tools to choose from to bring active learning to the online environment.
Tap into resources to find tools and advice organized around common phases of the process:
- Contact us to discuss your ideas or project at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Take the online course “Faculty Guide to Online Course Development” located in Blackboard; search by the course name.
- Attend a workshop: Academic Technologies workshops or Center for Teaching Excellence workshops.
- Questions about Blackboard? Visit Blackboard Learn support.
Interested in hearing what Cornell faculty have to say about teaching online and blended courses? Browse the Online and Blended Learning Playlist below: