Instructional Technology Training

Instructional Technology Training

The Instructional Technology department provides a variety of in-person and online training to faculty, instructors, staff, and students. 

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Spring 2020 Training Schedule

D2L Essentials

A 2-hour workshop gets you started using D2L for your face-to-face classes.  Attendees learn how to add news announcements, upload content, setup the gradebook, and the attendance tool.  
Level Beginner

Date Time Location Notes
Wednesday, April 8 3:00-4:30 Online via WebEx Registration Required
Saturday, April  11 10:00-11:30 Online via WebEx Registration Required

Accessibility 101

This workshop focuses on meeting the CCCS Web Accessibility Procedure SP 3-125g,  with special attention to developing materials for the broadest possible audience.  Attendees will learn about key concepts related to WCAG 2.0; including  how to create accessible Word documents, images, and videos.  Note:  Accessibility 101 is required training for tier-pay advancement, instructors must complete Accessibility 101 to move to Tier 3.
Level Beginner

Date Time Location Notes
March 1-31 Self-Paced Online Training Accessed in D2L
April 1-30 Self-Paced Online Training Accessed in D2L

Universal Design for Learning (UDL)

The two-hour face-to-face + one-hour Online (D2L) flipped classroom UDL workshop serves as a preparatory introduction to the concepts of Universal Design and Universal Design for Learning for faculty, staff and administrators. In addition to introducing these foundational concepts, this session offers participants key examples as to how faculty have incorporated UDL into their teaching practices, as well as hands-on practice opportunities and “take-away” strategies and additional resources for further exploration and application to course materials. Training based on RRCC D2L UDL Training Course, with adapted content from UDL Universe and CAST. 
Level: Beginner

Date Time Location Notes
Tuesday, February 11 10:00-12:00 Lakewood, 2251  

New to Teaching Online:  Getting Started

This 4-hour workshop (2 hours self-paced online and 2 hours on-campus) goes into more detail for online course development.   Attendees will explore best practices, theory, managing discussions and research-based design. The workshop will include an on-campus component as well as a mentored online component.  Participants will receive a certificate of completion.  
Recommended previous training:  D2L Essentials 
Level: Intermediate

Date Time Location Notes
Thursday, January 16 3:00-5:00 1009  
Online Self-Paced Training Ends January 30 Online Facilitated in D2L