The Online Education Center offers workshops and training programs to assist faculty in their use of Canvas and in their hybrid and online course design.
Canvas Certification Training
By completing Canvas Certification Training, you will be able to use Canvas for online,
hybrid or face-to-face classes. All faculty must be certified in order to use Canvas at De Anza College.
Because of COVID-19 and working remotely, we are offering a modified training structure taught remotely through Zoom. Please see our Faculty Hub under Canvas Core to learn more.
These workshops are designed for faculty to increase their use and explore more the advanced features of Canvas. We recommend that faculty have completed Modules 1 and 2 of Canvas Certification Training before attending a Beyond-the-Basics workshops.
Because of COVID-19 and working remotely, we are currently offering a modified version of Beyond-The-Basics for our newest Canvas Users called Canvas-A-La-Carte. Please see our Faculty Hub under Canvas A-La-Carte to learn more.
Online U - Online Teaching Readiness
For those new to online and/or hybrid teaching...
If you use Canvas for face-to-face classes and are ready to make the leap hybrid or online, or you've minimally used Canvas features with your online courses and want to incorporate more interaction and optimal course design, OnlineU will meet your needs.
Because of COVID-19 and working remotely, OnlineU is currently unavailable. We will update this page when workshops become available again.
CVC-OEI Course Design Academy
For experienced online instructors...
We are part of the Online Education Initiative 2.0 Cohort and our faculty are now eligible to participate in the CVC-OEI Course Design Academy. Courses that go through this program and adhere to the OEI Course Design Rubric have an increased success rate for students. These courses also appear first in the CVC-OEI Finish Faster catalog for cross enrollment. If you are an experienced online instructor who has taught a course for at least one full term online, you may want to consider the Course Design Academy.
Interested faculty should first contact Brandon Gainer to set up a consultation.