The following set of videos provide an overview of the theories, models, techniques, and strategies promoted by the USC Center for Excellence in Teaching.
Resources: Educational technology
Inclusive teaching through Universal Design for Learning (UDL), setting the course environment, classroom norms, accommodations, and authentic assessment.
Principles for fostering instructor presence in online courses.
A simple introduction to the use of Google Drive and associated apps, including frequently asked questions, links to helpful resources, and sample uses of the most common apps for both faculty and students.
“Netiquette” or “internet etiquette,” describes the recommended communication and behavior of online communication. Having a netiquette policy for your course can help minimize the chances of miscommunication and perceived disrespect.
This document introduces some options for developing and administering online assessments.
A robust primer on online discussion forum assignments
Use of social media platforms in academic courses. Specifically, considering requiring students to post on social media platforms that are not secured by USC, such as through Shibboleth verification.
Recommendations for faculty who wish to create instructional videos for use in their courses, oriented toward faculty with little or no experience in video creation. Tips include both important considerations for visual support materials and advice about recording your speaking voice. Also includes a list of digital tools for video creation.
Local times corresponding to various time frames in Pacific time, useful for planning course components for students in other time zones.