Eteaching Endorsement Program
The WMU Eteaching endorsement program is designed to provide WMU instructors with the knowledge, skills and ability to effectively design, develop, and manage teaching and learning experiences facilitated through the use of a variety of Elearning technologies and methodologies. This hands-on program will be based on contemporary Elearning best practices, instructional design techniques, methods for ensuring quality, multi-modal/sensory learning object development, and accessibility considerations and compliance. Participants will develop, at a minimum, a web enhanced course that can be utilized in support of face-to-face instruction. Visit this page for dates and more information.
Elearning Training Sessions
Elearning Training sessions are for online and hybrid instructors who are unfamiliar with D2L or need a refresher. Sessions are held in the first week of each month and provide participants with the fundamental skills and knowledge to effectively start using WMU's Elearning system to support your online or hybrid courses. This hands on training will allow you to explore D2L with guidance. Visit this page for dates and more information.
Elearning Drop In Sessions
Elearning Drop in sessions are open to all WMU instructors who have specific questions about Elearning. Instructional designers and media specialists will be available to answer your questions 1:1 about course design, Elearning and media recording tools.
Note: No sign up is necessary!
Times and Main Campus Location: TBD
- March 6, 10-12pm. Location: 3rd floor of Ellsworth
- April 17, 10-12pm. Location: 3rd floor of Ellsworth
- May 1, 2-4pm. Location: University Computing Center (UCC)
- May 10, 10-12pm. Location: University Computing Center (UCC)
- June 26, 2-4pm. Location: University Computing Center (UCC)
- June 28, 10-12pm. Location: Location: University Computing Center (UCC)