RESOURCES & TOOLS
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Open Educational Resources
Training & Professional Development Resources
Instructional Design & Support Group (IDSG) runs workshops and webinars every month. Visit the Training Workshops page to view the schedule and to sign up!
TOPP is a 6-week, entirely online, asynchronous faculty workshop that assists faculty to build an online course. The next round of TOPP starts on September 29, 2017 and ends on November 3, 2017. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to register!
Go2Knowledge has a vast amount of training webinars. KapCC faculty and staff have access and can either attend a live session or view archived webinars. Learn more on How to access Go2Knowledge.
Lynda.com is a repository of online tutorials/courses with subjects ranging from Software Development to Business. KapCC has 10 accounts. Please submit a ticket if you would like access.
WCET is a group that advocates policy and technology-enhanced learning in higher education. Please email email@example.com to receive their up-to-date articles and to join the WCET discussion board.
Resources & Tools
Quality Assessment & Review
Get your completely free, public domain, high-quality images from Pixabay, one of our most favorite sites to download images.
Professional photographers have contributed completely free, public domain photographs that are very high-quality, extremely beautiful and ready to use!
Openclipart has many free, public domain, icons and clipart for you to peruse and download.
Pond5 has all sorts of multimedia to buy and download but they have a page full of free, public domain video clips from history. Make sure you read the copyright labels.
Adobe Spark is a free tool that allows you to create Images, Websites, and Videos easily!
Animaker is a tool to create quick and easy animated cartoon videos for free!
Canva allows you to be an instant graphic designer by providing ready-made templates for flyers, banners, presentations, etc. So easy to use!
Padlet lets you create a free “Pinterest” type board where you can embed and attach images, documents and videos all into one digital canvas.
Powtoon lets you create animated videos and presentations for free!
Screencastomatic is a screen capture and recording tool that lets you record a video of your computer screen, including cursor movements and your narration if you use a mic. This tool is great when you want to give quick video feedback to your students’ homework or want to create a “how-to” video easily. You can upload your video to YouTube and remember to closed caption all videos you create to meet ADA requirements.
Teaching Online Prep Program – Fall 2017 Overview CELTT invites you to consider Teaching Online Preparation Program (TOPP), a 6-week asynchronous, entirely online training program for instructors who will be teaching online for the first time or are looking for ways...read more
RECHARGE ‘17 Technology Day was designed for all KapCC faculty and staff to kick off Duty Week by exploring fun and practical technology that can be applied to their work. Various workshop sessions were facilitated by the experts from our campus as well as from...read more
Student interest in online learning isn't waning anytime soon. Some students need the flexibility in time and travel commitment and some students just learn better online. If you will be teaching online in spring, consider these seven strategies summarized in Inside...read more