eLearning Summer Teaching Institute 2018

Save the Date! Do you teach a web-enhanced, hybrid, or an online class? Learn about creating an engaging and collaborative learning environment online using Canvas. Save These Dates! August 21st - August 22nd, 2018 Registration:   Link to register for the eLearning Summer Institute Instructional Designers will conduct interactive workshops and presentations on the following possible topics: Canvas ...more about eLearning Summer Teaching Institute 2018


Canvas 101: Teaching with Canvas

LIBRARY MEDIA CENTER | ROOM D140 | 425-564-4210 Email contact: elearning@bellevuecollege.edu Summer quarter start date: Monday July 9th, Registration is closed Participant: Faculty Facilitator: Bruce Wolcott, eLearning Instructional Designer Canvas 101 is perfect for new online instructors, and it is modular so instructors with varied backgrounds and experience can select the order of the modules ...more about Canvas 101: Teaching with Canvas


Accessibility “How To” Webinars

Are you interested in learning how to make your web content accessible but haven't had the chance to take the Accessibility 101 course? Jess Thompson from SBTCC and the creator of the Accessibility 101 course hosted an accessibility webinar series over the winter quarter and has created videos of those webinars. Each webinar video is ...more about Accessibility “How To” Webinars


Canvas 101: Teaching with Canvas, Accessibility 101: Principles of Inclusive Design and Copyright Information for Educators

Teaching with Canvas: Canvas 101 Canvas 101 is perfect for new online instructors, and it is modular so instructors with varied backgrounds and experience can select the order of the modules that best apply to their needs. This online based workshop is intended to introduce instructors to the available tools in Canvas. It is self-paced, project-based, and guided–a facilitator will be available to answer ...more about Canvas 101: Teaching with Canvas, Accessibility 101: Principles of Inclusive Design and Copyright Information for Educators


First week of the communication class using Virtual Reality

James Riggall kicks off the start of Bellevue College’s new course offerings on Virtual Reality with CMST 196: Virtual Reality: Design and Communications. There will be two courses, the other course being CMST 296 Virtual Reality Lab Project. Both courses are co-taught by James Riggall and Bruce Wolcott. The new courses are held in the ...more about First week of the communication class using Virtual Reality



The Canvas Getting Started Module

Why use a Getting Started Module? Simple: to help students engage with a course. The Getting Started Module is an entry point for students in the course--whether hybrid or online. BC Connect has developed a Getting Started Module template for Canvas courses. What is this Getting Started Module? A brief video is available on YouTube ...more about The Canvas Getting Started Module


National Distance Learning Week

November 6-10, 2017 is National Distance Learning Week! Organized by the US Distance Learning Association (USDLA),  this week organizations across America will educate their constituents on the amazing growth in distance learning. Check the NDLW 2017 USDLA-Hosted Webinar Schedule for online activities in that week. Join us for eLearning activities at D140: Your Bellevue College eLearning ...more about National Distance Learning Week


eLearning Team Presents at Northwest eLearn Conference 2017

James Riggall explaining virtual reality. On Thursday and Friday, October 19-20, several members of the eLearning Center team attended and presented at the Northwest eLearn Conference in Pasco, Washington. Visiting Fulbright scholar James Riggall and BC faculty Bruce Wolcott presented their virtual reality systems, along with their ongoing work developing curriculum for two Winter quarter classes about ...more about eLearning Team Presents at Northwest eLearn Conference 2017


Practical UDL Tips for Busy Instructors

A short (17:49) video with practical advice to instructors for getting started with Universal Design for Learning (UDL). https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tN6wqLjxZf8