Various resources intended for faculty whom are currently DL certified or wish to inquire about getting DL certified.
Faculty must complete the Distance Learning Course Amendment Form to obtain approval for DL courses.
This is the NEW form as of Fall 2010 - please use THIS version.
Completed Distance Learning forms must be submitted to Online Learning Faculty Coordinator, Mary Johnson, for review and approval by Distance Learning Committee. Contact Mary Johnson at x6369 or email@example.com.
Faculty must complete the Skills & Pedagogy for Online Teaching certification process before being assigned to teach a Distance Learning course. For details on SPOT, go to http://spot.mtsac.edu.
Faculty are expected to understand and comply with all Administrative Procedures, including AP 3720 (click here) regarding use of official Mt.SAC email for communications.
Faculty are expected to follow AP 3750, use of copyrighted materials (click here).
Evaluation processes for Distance Learning faculty are different than for regular evaluations.
Q: I already know how to use Moodle from teaching at another college. Can I use it here?
A: Not immediately. We do not use Moodle, per se, we use Moodlerooms which is slightly different. Conventional and Online Training is now available in Moodlerooms - see the OLSC page for more information.read more...
The Online Learning Support Center (OLSC) is the one-stop place for all faculty Distance Learning and Moodlerooms needs. The OLSC is located in LTC-262, with the following personnel:
|Mary Johnson, - Room 262B, x6369 or (909) 274-6369|
|Sandra Weatherilt, - Room 262C, x6112 or (909) 274-6112|
|Carol Webster , - Room 262E, x5016 or (909) 274-5016|
|Hugo Aguilera , - Room 262A, x5300 or (909) 274-5300|
Paul Kittle , - Room 228 (Library), x4258 or (909) 274-4258