The E-Learning team is committed to working with faculty on course design for online and hybrid courses as well as providing technology training and support to enhance teaching and learning.


In addition to workshops and seminars (listed at right), the following services may be of interest to you as you develop a face to face, hybrid or online course or consider new ways in which technology can be integrated into your teaching to increase student engagement.

Online Facilitation Course

This fall, join fellow faculty in a three week ONLINE mini-course that explores the best practices for facilitating online or blended courses. The mini-course runs from September 26 to October 30, with a week off in-between week 1 and 2 and week 2 and 3 . All course work is online. A link to the online course will be provided upon registration. Space is always limited! Registration is now open. Register online.

E-Teaching Track

These workshops focus on e-teaching topics and skills that are useful in face-to-face, online and hybrid (combined online and face-to-face) teaching. Participants who wish to complete the eTeaching track must attend four sessions, although not necessarily all in the same semester. Learn more

D2L Track

Become proficient in use of the learning management site Desire2Learn (D2L). These workshops focus on the different tools available in D2L, from a technical perspective as well as an overview of best practices for implementing each tool in your courses. Register today.