Workshops and Courses

Jennifer Ward CTL Educational Developer

Workshops

CTL offers regular workshops and webinars on a range of teaching and learning topics to serve the diverse needs of our faculty and instructional community. Upon request, we can also offer unit-specific workshops on topics within our current portfolio.

For more information on upcoming workshops, please see our events page.

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To request faculty- or unit-specific workshops, please contact the CTL at ctl@ualberta.ca.

Jennifer Ward CTL Educational Developer

Concepts in Course Design: Mapping out a Learner Centered Course

Concepts in Course Design (CiCD) is a course for U of A faculty and instructors who want to design a new course from scratch, redesign an existing course, or update a course. CiCD includes practical, evidenced-based resources, examples, and activities to set objectives for the course, determine the best forms of assessment, and choose appropriate instructional strategies. By the end of the course, participants will learn, collaborate and get feedback about (re)developing their course(s), focussing on the role and interconnectivity of preparation, implementation and assessment.

Next offering: May 4, 12 & 19, 2020

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To request an earlier offering of this course for a group of instructors (re)designing multiple courses within a department or unit, please contact the CTL at ctl@ualberta.ca.

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Teaching and Learning Online (Self-paced Course)

In this self paced introductory course, instructors who will be, or are currently, teaching online will learn strategies to help develop and create an effective online course. This course is offered entirely online through the University of Alberta eClass platform. While experiencing online learning from a student perspective, instructors interact with pedagogical and technical resources designed to prepare them to teach a course online.

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To request an offering of this course for a group of instructors within a department or unit, please contact the CTL at ctl@ualberta.