The Faculty Commons is ready to help as you prepare for Winter and Spring courses. Here are some of the options:


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Back by popular demand – ATS-sponsored Delivering Learning Experiences Online (DLEO)

This is a four week facilitator-led overview of tools, features and best practices for delivering online learning. The next session is scheduled to run from October 12 – November 6. Please register for the next DLEO session at:

Delivering Learning Experiences Online (DLEO) is an online course designed to assist faculty and teaching assistants who are transitioning to teaching online. This course is an opportunity to fully participate as a student in an online course while also learning about best practices in teaching online. The activities and assignments in the course will help participants develop their own online course.



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The Self-Paced Option for Teaching Online Now (SPOT-ON) returns as an open Canvas course for those preparing either Spring 2021 courses or those needing a refresher from previous online teaching support programs. Participants can access all materials at any time, and can request specific support for their teaching needs.


TOT: Winter Edition

Registration opens this week. 

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For those of you designing winter session accelerated or compressed courses, TOT provides a structured asynchronous learning environment to help get you ready to teach these courses January 5th. Over the course of 5 weeks participants will learn how to use backward design to create an engaging accelerated online course in an environment that models that very learning situation. Be a part of a supportive community with weekly group check-ins and take advantage of course and syllabus reviews.


Getting Started with Online Teaching

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Getting Started with Online Teaching is a short (4-6 hour), self-paced course that tours the competencies required to be successful in teaching online. Participants will understand the scope of skills necessary to create and teach a high-quality online course, including course design, communication, time management, and technical competencies. The course is open to both credit and noncredit instructors teaching at UD.

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