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Spring Resources

Welcome to Spring Quarter https://youtu.be/w59Heoe9Zv0 Live Faculty Online Support Live Zoom Link Available:  11am to 3pm, Monday-Friday If you need help troubleshooting right now then join our live support session for faculty. We can help troubleshoot teaching tools and answer your questions. eLearning Ticket Submit an eLearning Ticket We actively monitor eLearning Request tickets, and ...more about Spring Resources


Spring Tune-Up

Prepare Your Spring Course With Us Take a short break from grading and prepare your course(s) for Spring quarter with us. Join us for these 75-minute workshops that are designed to get your Spring courses student-ready. Each workshop consists of 45-minute interactive presentations followed by 30 minutes of "test drive" time. Use the test drive ...more about Spring Tune-Up


Hybrid Teaching During COVID

Thoughts on planning the mix of face-to-face and online content in a way that best supports student success and your pedagogical needs. Author: Archana Alwar, Bellevue College Introduction During these last two years in COVID-19 times, we have found ways to engage students, deliver content, and make sure that students have gotten as much as possible ...more about Hybrid Teaching During COVID


Tech Tips of the Week #1

Tech Tips for January 21, 2021 Technology tips of the week are sent to faculty about once a week, and contain short descriptions for ongoing tech problems and reminders for faculty.  If you need additional support with any online technology teaching tools please contact the eLearning staff using the Request Center or eLearning email 1) Zoom Focus Mode ...more about Tech Tips of the Week #1


eLearning Newsletter 1/7/22

Welcome Back Everyone Our team is here to provide you support as you start teaching remote, and online for the quarter. Our eLearning team includes Heather Rane, Larry Boykin, Betsy Zahrt Geib, Keith Rowley, Bruce Wolcott, George Rowe, Linda Mondragon, Raji Sundar, Ron Austin and Sukirti Ranade.   Contact the eLearning staff using the Request Center or TDX or eLearning ...more about eLearning Newsletter 1/7/22


Hopeful News for Local Journalism

Over Seventy Local News Sites Launched Online Since 2020 Title: More than 70 local newsrooms launched during the pandemicAuthor: Kristen HareDate: December 27, 2021 Link directly to the article on poynter.org Summary and Observation This article provides hopeful news for local journalism as we step into the new year. According to Kristen Hare there were ...more about Hopeful News for Local Journalism


The Edge of Ed: Presenting Diversity in an Engaging Format

Episode 4 | December 14, 2021: Raji Sundar teaches biology classes at Bellevue College and in this podcast episode she discusses using interactive engagement tools for teaching about diversity and bioethics. Raji is developing the material as part of the curriculum for her second Masters Degree. Link to all previous episodes for the Edge of Ed ...more about The Edge of Ed: Presenting Diversity in an Engaging Format



ctcLink Cheat Sheet

ctcLink Resource Page This cheat sheet for using ctcLink is written for faculty in mind. The “Where to Go for Help” articles and live-help hours is located on the Faculty Resource page. Bellevue College is transitioning to new software system called ctcLink and this transition officially took place November 17th, 2021. The software handles student ...more about ctcLink Cheat Sheet


The Edge of Ed: Why Video Lectures?

Episode 2 | November 8, 2021: In this episode Bruce Wolcott, Betsy Zahrt Geib, and Ron Austin discuss the use of lectures. Even though some research indicates lectures are not the most effective way to teach, it continues to be the most popular way. We ask why this is. Link to all episode for the Edge ...more about The Edge of Ed: Why Video Lectures?