January 2021 Pre-Spring Faculty Trainings
ITG is offering several trainings to help you as you prepare for the spring term. These offerings will follow an asynchronous, online course format. If you're unable to attend these sessions but you would like support, please reach out to us at itg@emerson.edu or 617-824-8090. A self-paced version of "Getting Your Materials Online" is also available at teachanywhere.emerson.edu.

Please provide your Emerson email address below. Note that your entries will be saved and can be edited using your Emerson credentials. After you register, we will reach out to you with additional information closer to the start of your training session(s).

In addition to these sessions, be on the lookout for a new series of Spring training opportunities coming soon!
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Teaching with Canvas During Covid
This is a 5-day asynchronous course that will walk you through how to build a Canvas course using ITG's remote template. Topics covered include Canvas basics (syllabus, calendar, rich content editor), creating assignments, customizing your gradebook, and building modules. This is an abbreviated version of the 3 week Remote Teaching Intensive course offered in summer 2020.

Time commitment: 1-2 hours of work per day.
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Getting Your Materials Online
This 5-day asynchronous course, taught by an Instructional Designer with expertise in digital accessibility, will walk you through the process of acquiring and creating course materials while meeting Emerson's accessibility guidelines. Participants will:

- Connect with librarians who will help source your materials online
- Discuss fair use decision-making
- Learn the basics of creating accessible content for online learning

For all experience levels.
Time commitment: 1-2 hours of work per day.

**Registration for this training is now closed.**
Universal Design for International and Multilingual Learners
Learn how to use the Universal Design for Learning (UDL) framework to support international and multilingual learners as they navigate the migration to online learning. We'll cover various strategies and technical tips for designing online courses with UDL in mind, including:

- Illustrating your course content via multiple media.
- Scaffolding assessments to provide low-stakes opportunities for practice.
- Inviting students to showcase the skills and knowledge they bring in online spaces.

And more! This is a self-paced asynchronous course created by an instructional designer, the Director for Faculty Development and Diversity, and the Associate Director of Online Education. It contains 3-5 hours of content to be explored on your own time.

For all experience levels.

No registration is necessary. To access the course, please self-enroll at this address:

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