High-quality opportunities for faculty and instructors to enhance their skills and understanding about the pedagogy and best practices of online learning and teaching with technology are essential to faculty satisfaction and student success.
Find out about Contact North | Contact Nord’s available training sessions and resources for faculty and instructors from Ontario’s public post-secondary education and training sectors.
Contact North | Contact Nord’s Training Sessions and Resources
How to use and how to teach effectively using Contact North | Contact Nord’s web conferencing and videoconferencing platforms
Adobe Connect training sessions are specifically for faculty and instructors teaching via Contact North | Contact Nord’s Adobe Connect web conferencing platform and who have an assigned course on Adobe Connect.
Contact North | Contact Nord offers a recorded webinar on how to teach effectively using Zoom.
Contact North | Contact Nord offers training on how to teach effectively using videoconferencing.
This training is specifically for administrative staff using our Online Booking Tool to schedulecourses, training events, exams, and the use of Contact North | Contact Nord’s online learning centres.
Contact North | Contact Nord provides a number of instructor tools, tips and other resources for the effective use of its web conferencing platform.
Access a full list of Contact North | Contact Nord videoconferencing training resources.
Click the links below to access resources on using Zoom:
Resources from Colleges and Universities
Resources and tools for faculty development and support from colleges and universities throughout Ontario
This searchable directory provides links to the variety of resources and tools for faculty and instructor training and development at Ontario’s and Canada's public colleges and universities which are available for use by faculty at any institution.
The Certificate in Blended and Online Teaching program features 11 modules, which can be completed as a whole or as stand-alone resources. All of the materials and modules from the program are available as an open educational resource, allowing other institutions to adopt, contextualize and personalize them for their own professional development on teaching blended and online courses.
Please note: You will not earn a certificate for completing the course on the eCarleton website.