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Faculty Resources

DELTA SERVICES
​Many of the services related to distance education teaching and learning can be accessed via DELTA Services​.  

Click on the DE Policies/Resources link to get information related to MSJC online teaching policies, sample online teaching documents, resources for designing an effective online and/or hybrid course. 


Canvas Resources


Kung Fu Canvas (self-paced video course to learn Canvas Basics)

WANT TO TEACH A DISTANCE EDUCATION COURSE?
The MSJC Academic Senate recommends faculty members desiring to teach distance education courses at MSJC complete training related to online teaching and learning prior to offering their first hybrid and/or online course. MSJC offers a FREE five week online Standards for Quality Online Teaching course. Additionally, @ONE offers an online Introduction to Online Teaching and Learning courses​ for $65 (California Community College faculty members). Both of these options satisfy the recommendation for training to teach online courses.

​Course ​Start Date ​End Date ​Registration
​Standards for Quality Online Teaching ​September 10th ​October 13th SQOT Fall I Registration​

​Standards for Quality Online Teaching​​ ​October 29th ​​December 1st ​SQOT Fall II Registration
 
Online Course Design and Delivery will be a new course for faculty members interested in designing a distance education course.  Online Course Design and Delivery is a five week course covering online course design and delivery principles.  Enrollment is limited to faculty members who have successfuly completed the Standards for Quality Online Teaching course or its equivalent.

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

ConferZoom (Online video/audio conferencing software)

3C Media Solutions (Streaming media storage and closed-captioning for instructor created media content)

@ONE Online Courses and Webinars

@ONE is the professional development agency for the California Community Colleges.  You can sign up for online courses including Introduction to Canvas as well as webinars covering a variety of topics like creating an accessible online course.  
The Professional Learning Network is the one-stop site for effective practices, trainings, and other resources for California Community Colleges faculty, staff, administrators, and trustees. The purpose of the Professional Learning Network is to provide information and resources to colleges and college personnel on improving operations and student success.
The PLN provides FREE access to:
  • Grovo (It takes just 60 seconds to sharpen your Internet skills on Grovo.  A personalized set of learning tracks is waiting for you.  Learning tracks are groups of video lessons and quizzes focused on a skill.  Finishing the lessons and quizzes in a learning track earns you points and certifications.  Whether you're on your desktop, laptop, tablet or phone, you can pick up where you left off at any time.
  • Skillsoft (gain access to business skills, desktop and IT skills and indistry certifications including: Microsoft, C++, Amazon and many others) 
  • Lynda.com (a leading online learning platform that helps anyone learn business, software, technology and creative skills to achieve personal and professional goals. Through individual, corporate, academic and government subscriptions, members have access to the Lynda.com video library of engaging, top-quality courses taught by recognized industry experts.​)
  • Resource database of best practices
You must create an account at the PLN web site​ to utilize the services listed above.

Online Education Initiative (OEI)

The OEI is an initiative of the CCC Chancellor's Office.  It was funded by the California legislature in 2013 in support of Governor Jerry Brown's Online Education Initiative proposal.  OEI provides 100% subsidization of the licensing fees for the Canvas CMS as well as a variety of other services including, but not limited to:

NetTutor is facilitated by their proprietary whiteboard created specifically for online collaboration in education. This easy-to-use interface combined with NetTutor’s first-rate service makes it a first choice. The WorldWideWhiteboard provides a large whiteboard canvas area where both the tutor and the student are able to type, draw, and use symbols from the subject-specific symbol palette.

VeriCite​ is plagiarism detection software that has been integrated with Canvas (VeriCite was recently purchased by TurnItIn).  VeriCite has a YouTube channel where they host myriad videos related to using their product.  We will provide updates when the transition from VeriCite to TurnItIn has been completed.

Online Readiness Tutorials is a series of eleven tutorials covering a range of topics including time management, communication skills, personal support and many other salient topics related to successful online learning.
Proctorio online proctoring services uses sophisticated software algorithms to monitor student behaviors while completing an exam.  Proctorio is fully integrated into Canvas equipping faculty with tools to monitor and restrict online testing environments and to review academic integrity reports directly from their grade book.
Proctorio software requirements ​ 
Information statement about Proctorio to include in syllabi, if you choose to use Proctorio
Cranium Café​ powered by ConexED was selected as the meeting and collaboration platform for the Online Counselor’s Network Project. The ConexED technology will serve as the foundation for the OEI Online Counseling Network (Coming Soon)

On-Demand Webinars

View webinars that support faculty technical and pedagogical/andragogical growth.

NEED HELP?

Go to Academic Technology Support Services for assistance with logging into Canvas, adding Canvas course shells or general troubleshooting.

Go to DELTA Services​ to register and gain access to myriad resources.
 

 

This area is for online and prospective online teaching faculty members at MSJC. It is our goal to keep the site as current as possible. Your assistance would help immensely. 

If you have any recommendations for useful information to be posted on this site or you identify any obsolete content, please contact Del Helms at dhelms@msjc.edu

 
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