Note: To earn a certificate in order to become eligible to teach Some Online or Hybrid (pending department approval), you must complete the Distance Delivery Mastery Certificate and submit the self-assessment.
Looking for fresh ideas to get your students more engaged? We provide a variety of learning opportunities to support teaching in any environment.
Our trainings and workshops are virtual and open to anyone teaching a WSU course on any WSU campus.
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Progress though the Canvas Learning Path to build your Canvas course and learn along the way.
Canvas (Learning Management System)
- Getting Started
- Assignments and Rubrics
- Tests and Quizzes
- New Analytics
Educational Technology Tools
- Panopto Basics
- Panopto and Canvas
- VoiceThread Basics
- VoiceThread and Canvas
- Perusall and Canvas: Ensure your Students are Reading
- Zoom Updates and Advanced Implementations
Teaching from a Distance
- Strategies and Best Practices
- Community Building and Connection
- Authentic Assessment
Faculty-Led Workshops/Teaching Conversations and Idea Exchanges
- Faculty-Led Workshops
- Community of Practice Opportunities
- Teaching Innovation Forum
Are these scheduled events at inconvenient times for you? Do you have a group you’d like trained at one time? Schedule a custom training session! Use the online Request Training form to tell us what topic you’re interested in or the teaching issue you’d like to address.
Note: We have switched registration systems. If you attempt to log into the registration system and receive the message: Error Code: Unable to locate account “firstname.lastname,” please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, WSU email and network ID. Once added, you will be able to successfully register for our training and other events. Thank you for your patience!
- Inclusive Pedagogy: A Community of Practice Approach—In collaboration with The WSU Office of Community, Equity and Social Justice | Inclusive Pedagogy Recording | Transcript (pdf)