What We Offer
Our team of educational technologists will work with faculty to effectively incorporate technology in their classes. We can help them articulate their teaching and learning goals, select appropriate tools to achieve these goals, design learner-centered activities incorporating these tools, and collect evidence of the impact of these innovations.
Our workshops are for faculty who want to learn technology tools in the context of how they can be used in college classrooms, using examples of how they have been used by Hunter colleagues. We update them each semester as technology tools and instructors’ needs change.
Module-Making Camp is a three-day event on building or refreshing hybrid or online courses. It is held twice a year at the beginning of winter and summer breaks. We work intensively to support faculty as they design one online learning module for a course they will be teaching in a future semester. We ask teachers to set aside the time to attend all three days and complete the creation of an online module at the end.
Course Creation Workshop
As teachers prepare to design and teach their summer course online, we are here to help. Join us for one of four week-long course design workshops. Each workshop consists of a series of presentations related to different aspects of online teaching and learning. These workshops focus on course development and implementation. There will be three presentations every morning and three time slots in the afternoon for faculty to sign up to work with a staff member individually.
The Center for Online Learning has a classroom-like space, and a room with two collaboration tables and two recording booths, allowing faculty to:
- Record news-anchor-style videos
- Voice-over presentation slides
- Record screencasts showing procedures as displayed on a computer screen
- Capture lectures in a classroom-like setting
- Create Khan-Academy-style videos showing an instructor drawing freehand on a digital tablet
- Create animated videos and presentations