Faculty Resource Repository

Overview

Welcome to the Faculty Resource Repository page. Here you will find useful tools and tips to assist you in creating educational content in the classes you instruct. This page will be updated periodically and as new information and documents become available. If you are looking for a specific item and are unable to find it here, please do not hesitate to contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Canvas

Online Teaching

  • Engagement

    ATD's Improving Online Teaching and Learning through Disruption:  Link

    ATD's Teaching & Learning Toolkit, A Research-Based Guide to Building a Culture of Teaching & Learning Excellence:  Link

    Creating a Social Presence in online courses from Dr. Susan Nash:  Link 1, Link 2

    Delivering High-Quality Instruction Online in Response to COVID–19, Faculty Playbook:  Link

    Discipline-specific Online Learning Tools, Communication:  Link

    Discipline-specific Online Learning Tools, Communication (second session):  Link

    Discipline-specific Online Learning Tools, Education/Health and Human Services:  Link

    Discipline-specific Online Learning Tools, Mathematics:  Link

    Discipline-specific Online Learning Tools, Science:  Link

    Faculty Exchange-- Resources for teaching (online and face-to-face modalities):  Link

    Humanizing Online Education with Social Presence:  Link

    NISOD's Online Toolkit for timely online teaching best practices with the objective to help students successfully transition to a mainly online environment:  Link

    WebEx open access course-- Learn how to use WebEx in many ways, including business uses (Meetings/Personal Rooms), using WebEx in Canvas for meetings and office hours, and find links to content that can be downloaded from Commons and added to a course to instruct students on using the tool:  Link

    Why You Shouldn’t Try to Replicate Your Classroom Teaching Online:  Link

    Workshop video series on engaging students synchronously:  Link

  • Health/Safety

    COVID-19 Pandemic Information and Resources:  Link

    Five Myths About Remote Teaching in the Covid-19 Crisis:  Link

    Results from Top Hat’s COVID-19 Student Survey about Online Learning:  Link

Assessment

Communications for Student Success

180 Skills

  • Overview

    180 Skills develops and delivers skills training in the areas of aerospace, automotive, and commercial manufacturing. FSCJ faculty can choose from over 700 short courses that can be standalone or used with other content to create learning paths aligned to the learning goals for your students. The 180 Skills program offers individual course content and twelve career programs aligned within industry-recognized certifications!

    Each course is competency based with a post-course assessment, take-away study guide, and instructor training plans to assist with on-site, hands-on training. 180 skills courses are delivered within canvas and are complete with illustrations, animations, and simulations to address each learning style.

    Click the following link to read Frequently Asked Questions about 180 Skills: http://www.180skills.com/faq/

  • General Guides

    If you are interested in using any of the 180 Skills content, please review the documents in this section to identify the classes you would like to access. Please send your list of classes to: Dr. Kelley McLauchlan, Program Development Manager, Online & Workforce (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) and we will provide access to preview the content and offer further instructions for next steps. Through Spring 2021, this access can be provided at no additional cost to your department or to your students-- this is a limited time offer.