Please visit the Upcoming Events page for information about the professional development webinars and events for the Spring semester.
Technology-enhanced Learning: Last semester, OOL began offering services to all faculty members, regardless of delivery format (i.e., face-to-face, hybrid, online). Our technology-enhanced learning services (TEL) have been designed to assist faculty who want to integrate any kind of technology in their instruction to increase engagement, manage their classroom, assess students, or make learning more interactive and collaborative. Book a consultation to identify potential instructional tools and technologies to make your teaching more effective.
Instructional and Media Studios. If you are interested in recording lectures or creating interactive digital content, you can book an appointment for our studios. You’ll get assistance from our staff through the process or work on your own. To book an appointment, please use this link.
Users’ Communities. The OOL has started a program for the purchasing of instructional technologies for faculty members. Besides access to the software, community members are also part of training, professional development, a peer review program, and a showcase related to content production using Camtasia.
ePortfolio Initiative for Career Success (EPICS) continues at UNCP! As part of this program, we are currently offering training and presentations for departments and courses. To request a presentation for your students or a consultation, please use this form. In addition, we will be developing a badging and learning pathways programs as part of this initiative. For further information about this initiative, visit the official EPICS website.
Learn more about re-certification of the COTE by going to this link.
Faculty can request individual consultations (60 minutes) for assistance with taking your face-to-face content into Canvas with the OOL instructional designers. To schedule a consultation with Terry or Kristen, please visit here to schedule your appointment.
Canvas Training for Faculty
There is an existing Canvas Training course (link) for faculty. It is a thorough guide to using this learning management system to teach online courses and all faculty have access to it.
Templates - Faculty can request templates for Canvas that can be imported into their courses. These user-friendly templates provide the course structure for a course, giving faculty the opportunity to just focus on adding content. These templates and instructions to use them can be found in this link. For additional help with templates, faculty can request consultations.
Accessibility - As you convert courses to an online format, remember to take into account accessibility and universal design best practices. Contact the Accessibility Resource Center at email@example.com for further assistance. In addition, you can check this quick guide they have prepare for faculty.
Website - A page has been created to provide a one-stop shop for faculty who need to quickly get information about course design in Canvas and WebEx. The links in the page contain the information covered in the just-in-time training. Faculty can access this site using this link.
Faculty Guide - The UNC System Digital Learning Initiative has prepared this resource to provide assistance to faculty who need to move their classes online quickly. It is designed to support the use of technology that allows faculty to hold classes when circumstances prevent them from physically meeting with students.
IT Canvas and WebEx Tech Support
For 24/7 technical support for Canvas, faculty can call 833-665-7260, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or start a live chat. For Webex, contact the Help Desk by submitting an incident, emailing email@example.com or calling 910-521-6260. Faculty can also visit www.uncp.edu/doit for more information.