New! The QLT Team is excited to announce hybrid and online professional development opportunities
QLT Online Teaching Lab
The QLT Online Teaching Lab launches June 10, 2019. You’ll choose your own learning experiences from a modular selection of small topics. Everything is optional and it’s up to you to decide how and when you would like to engage.
The Lab is fully online with both synchronous and asynchronous online activities. It is purposefully organized in this format, so you’re able to experience online learning from the student perspective.
The QLT Online Teaching Lab offers two choices for professional development and engagement. What’s your preferred way to learn?
A facilitated 3-week online learning experience with a faculty learning community and timely feedback on your work
- Join us! June 10 - June 27, 2019
Open online access to Lab resources to explore at your own pace
- Without facilitation; feedback upon request
Both options include membership in an ongoing professional learning network (in person and online) with special topics released monthly during the 2019-2020 academic year.
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
QLT Hybrid Teaching Workshop
Join AT's Teaching and Learning team for our June QLT Hybrid Teaching Workshop.
This workshop supports faculty in redesigning their courses from traditional modes of instruction to hybrid learning.
This workshop is unique in that it is a hybrid format. Faculty participate in both synchronous and asynchronous online activities that directly prepare them for group work in the face-to-face session. It is purposefully organized in a hybrid format, so faculty are able to experience hybrid learning from the student perspective.
The focus of this experience is on best practices in hybrid teaching and will expose participants to numerous tools. However, because everyone's iLearn to-do list is unique, for faculty interested in learning specific how-tos for iLearn tools, please email email@example.com for a one-on-one consult.
It is strongly recommended that faculty participate in all three sessions as one session builds on the next. Sessions include:
- A synchronous session via Zoom: Wednesday, June 5, 2019 1:00-2:00pm
- An asynchronous session via iLearn: 1-2 hours of work anytime between 6/5 - 6/11
- A face-to-face session: Wednesday, June 12, 2019 1:00-4:00pm in LIB 222
Space is limited! Please register for all three parts here.