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Teaching and Learning Online

Resources for Douglas College faculty as they move to online instruction.

College Learning Resources

LinkedIn Learning has hundreds of videos on a wide variety of subjects, including teaching online and incorporating technology and multimedia into your teaching.

All Douglas College students and faculty have access to LinkedIn Learning using their CNA credentials. LinkedIn Learning can be accessed through the Douglas College website or DC Connect.



Learning to teach online (46 mins)

Teaching with technology (2 hours, 30 mins)

Learning to write for the web (1 hour, 24 mins)

Teacher Tips (8 hours, 26 mins; weekly series)

Teaching Techniques: Creating Multimedia Learning (56 mins)

From our colleagues in Educational Technologies, starting in late May.

  • EdMedia Program: Consisting of 6 courses covering the foundations of lighting and sound; recording software and post-production editing, "The EdMedia Program enables faculty and staff to develop their ability to create and use educational media. Whether you are producing a video or launching a podcast, you will grasp the hows and whys of ed-media, feeling confident in your ability to produce the right learning object for your audience.Participants who complete all of the following courses will be awarded a certificate of completion. NOTE: Courses can be taken individually and accumulate towards the certificate." 
  • 4 day Instructional Skills workshops for May & August


  • ATS is offering several workshops on using Blackboard, Respondus Lockdown, and Blue Jeans