The Online Education Center at De Anza College provides resources for students who are taking online, hybrid or face-to-face courses that utilize our campus' Course Management system. In addition, we provide training and support for faculty who wish to teach online or enhance their courses with online resources and activities.

Upcoming Workshops! 

Workshops Coming Soon

NEW! Demystify Rubrics in Canvas!

07/24/2024 Wednesday from 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

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Rubrics serve as a valuable tool for highlighting lesson objectives and preparing students for success by specifically presenting expectations. Rubrics provide clarity and consistency, as well as streamline the grading process, making it more efficient and equitable while minimizing bias. Participants will explore types of rubrics, their functionality within SpeedGrader, and techniques for constructing detailed criteria.

Repeat! Accessibility Toolbox Treasures: The “Big 7” with PopeTech

08/08/2024 Wednesday from 9:30 - 10:30 am

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See what treasures await you in our Accessibility Toolbox including PopeTech! Making your online content accessible creates a more equitable learning environment for all students. Learn about tools available to scan and fix accessibility issues while building content in Canvas. We’ll address accessibility in the “Big 7” areas (headings, alt text, lists, links, tables, color, and captions) and which accessibility tool most effectively handles those issues. We will have time to answer specific questions about the Canvas Accessibility Checker and Pope Tech Accessibility Instructor Guide & Dashboard.

Student Online Learning Resources

The Online Education Center is committed to providing students with the support they need to successfully access and navigate their courses in Canvas. (Learning Management System).

While most of your contact will be with your instructors please visit our Student Resource Hub for tips and guides to enhance your entire learning experience throughout the quarter!

Faculty Online Teaching Resources

The Online Education Center supports faculty in the collaborative development and design of online and hybrid courses including:

  • Communication & Regular Substantive Interaction
  • Creating Accessible Content
  • Quality Course Design
  • Universal Design for Learning
  • Understand by Design (UbD) Backwards Design

Find workshops, webinars, documentation and online open labs at our new Faculty Resource Hub.

Student Resources & Orientation

students at laptop

The Student Resource Hub is the best place to start for making the transition from face-to-face classes to online learning.

Access the Online Education Orientation Course in Canvas.

Access our Student Canvas Resource Library under the Help Menu in Canvas. You will find a sample practice Canvas Course and Canvas Student Guides!

Wellness Central

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Visit Wellness Central!

  • Free online health and wellness resource
  • Designed for community college students
  • Your space, at your pace and works like an online course (no grades or exams)
  •  Topics include first aid, birth control, nutrition, sexual health, stress or depression
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