On 4/15/20, the Provost announced that all courses in Summer I and Summer II would be moved to solely online. This decision came after consultation with senior administrators including the academic deans, the faculty senate executive committee, and a small working group of faculty, staff, and administrators specifically charged with examining the issues and opportunities for remote learning in the summer.
The Provost also shared that training and support for online course design and best practices, including timely strategies, would be provided.
This video showcases testimonials from LMU faculty who have recently completed the eFaculty Certification program and used the training to enhance their instruction.
Upcoming eFaculty training sessions:
- January 4th -January 17th (asynchronous course with 90min-zoom meeting on 1/4,1/7, and 1/14)
- April 24 – May 4 x 2 (Past)
- May 1 – May 11 x2 (Past)
- May 22 – June 1
- June 5 – June 15
- May 25 – June 19 (slower paced session)
- July 10 – July 20
- July 24 – Aug. 3
- Aug. 1 – Aug. 24 (asynchronous only)
- Aug. 17 – Aug. 27
- Sept. 11th (asynchronous course with 90 min-zoom meeting on 9/11)
- Oct. 2nd (asynchronous course with 90 min-zoom meeting on 10/2)
- Nov. 6th (asynchronous course with 90 min-zoom meeting on 11/6)
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- Develop a syllabus and course framework for their online course
- Create 3 Brightspace modules that demonstrate student engagement strategies using digital learning tools provided by ITS
- Evaluate best practices for hybrid/online teaching
Please refer to your college's online and hybrid course protocol for the approval process required to teach an online course: