Hybrid & Online Teaching Institute for Faculty
In summer 2020, the CTL launched the Hybrid & Online Teaching Institute: an online offering that guides faculty through adapting their courses from face-to-face to online or hybrid formats. This offering provides instructors a foundation that can serve across all formats of teaching with the capacity to adapt quickly to whatever mode of teaching makes the most sense at any given time.
Who is the Institute open to?
The Hybrid & Online Teaching Institute is open to all Columbia faculty and graduate student instructors of record preparing to teach a hybrid or online course. Teaching Assistants or Teaching Fellows, please engage in the CTL’s Supporting Hybrid & Online Learning and Teaching offering.
The Institute consists of five asynchronous, on-demand modules hosted in CourseWorks that provide faculty with a comprehensive toolkit they can apply to their own course context whether this may be a seminar, small lecture, or large lecture class. The total time commitment is under six hours, and faculty can complete the Institute at their own pace. Each module contains a variety of content in text and video formats, practical strategies, and resources.
Module topics include:
- Adapting Your Face-to-Face Course for Online/Hybrid Learning: First Steps
- Welcoming Students to Online Learning and Creating Community
- Engaging Students in Active Learning Online
- Assessing Student Learning Online
- HyFlex Essentials
Additional Resources and Support
Check out the CTL’s Teaching in All Modalities portfolio which includes on-demand text and video resources on topics ranging from creating community in the classroom, assessing student learning, to instructional technology tools to support teaching and learning in online and hybrid/HyFlex courses.
Schedule a consultation to discuss your online or hybrid/HyFlex teaching by emailing ColumbiaCTL@columbia.edu, or join us for office hours via Zoom or phone Monday-Friday, 9:00am-5:00pm.