The Center for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning provides browsable resources to SOU instructors who are building and teaching online and on-campus courses. See examples below and visit each page to browse the entire collection.
Designing Learning — Strategies for designing courses and engaging learners
Instructional Strategies for Interactive Lectures provides over a dozen activities to help learners prepare for class, address misconceptions, and be reflective and collaborative during lectures.
Strategies for Teaching First-Year Students provides information regarding first-year students at SOU, as well as teaching practices and course design to optimize first-year student success including active learning techniques and promoting a growth mindset.
Tools for Teaching — Multimedia resources for audio, video, interactive, and mobile devices
Audacity is a free application that allows you to record and edit audio. You can use it to record voice-only lectures or podcasts.
Infographics are a modern form of storytelling. These visual combinations of narrative and data can be useful tools for improving thinking and communication skills.
Moodle How-Tos — A growing repository of how-to guides for teaching with Moodle
Getting Started in Moodle contains several articles on the basic functions that you'll need to know to get started, as well as information about easy-to-use tools.
Create & Grade Discussion Forums: Quick Guide is a screenshot explainer on using forums for building community and supporting learning beyond the classroom.
Teaching at SOU — Helpful information on processes, standards, guidelines and contacts for instructors
Disability Resources has vital information for faculty regarding syllabus and legal mandates, referring students, and available accommodations.
For more in-depth support and resources available through the CATL, see Services.