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Distance Education

Whether you are teaching a face-to-face, hybrid, or a fully online course it is important to know how to use your WebAccess Moodle shell.

If you are teaching face-to-face, you can:
  • Use WebAccess to post your syllabus and handouts for the students to access online
  • Allow students to turn in homework online
  • Augment your course materials with online resources
If you are teaching a hybrid course,  you can:
  • Get help planning for a realistic course structure
  • Learn how to find and organize course resources
  • Learn how to use synchronous and asynchronous communication tools
  • Use Google docs and other Google apps
  • Use social media for teaching and learning
If you are teaching a fully online course, you can:
  • Make your course fully accessible
  • Find creative content
  • Make your own videos and podcasts
  • Become an expert on resources in your discipline
  • Create virtual lectures for your course
Instructional Materials
For tutorials on WebAccess, Gradebook, and Education Technology, see the Faculty Resources page.