The eLearning team is excited to meet all of you during our very popular Live Faculty Zoom hours (11am-3pm). Stop by with your Canvas questions and any help you need with other online tools.
New to Teaching at Bellevue College? If this your first time teaching at Bellevue College then complete the Canvas Faculty Orientation to get access to your courses.
Our MicroLearning sessions are ten-twenty minute workshops covering design tools, accessibility tips, video recording, and much more. View the topics for February 2021 . Look for the October 2021 sessions to be posted soon.
Another Successful Summer Institute
The Summer Institute is a time to gather with colleagues, learn Canvas tips and design fundamentals, how to create accessible online content, and how to use supported technology. We had 75+ attendees, participating in the interactive sessions, guided by the eLearning team.
If you missed attending this year, come back again next summer. Here is the participant feedback from the 2021 Summer Institute and 2020 Summer Institute. We would like to acknowledge and thank the individuals outside of the eLearning team who created module content and/or were leading workshops at the live event. View information and schedule for the past 2021 Summer Institute.
Our deep gratitude goes to Jen Anderson, Timothy Chang, Sara Farag, Sara Gardner, Ahmad Ghashmari, Marissa Hackett, Blaise Mitsutama, and Weina Sun for sharing their talent, time, knowledge, and passion.
Canvas 101: Teaching with Canvas
PD Hours: 22 hours
Participant: Faculty | Facilitator: Bruce Wolcott, eLearning Instructional Designer
This self-paced course is perfect for all instructors, teaching remote. Learn as you build content! Start your quarter learning about discussions, the gradebook, assignments, conference tools and much more. This online workshop is intended to introduce instructors to all the tools available in Canvas.
Copyright Information for Educators
PD Hours: 18 hours
Participant: Faculty or Staff | Facilitator: Bellevue College Faculty Librarian
You will learn to define key terms of copyright including fair use, TEACH ACT, and public domain, describe how copyright law applies in educational course design, understand and use Creative Commons (CC) and other licensing options to identify suitable content, and more.
Last Updated October 1, 2021