Pathways for Digitally Enhanced Teaching

The Pathways for Digitally Enhanced Teaching supports campus educators in the intellectual exploration of teaching and learning across modalities. The Pathways are designed to maximize flexible ways to engage with professional development as we adapt to a changing higher education landscape. This includes integrating effective practices that engage students, build community, and leverage technologies to cultivate meaningful learning experiences. The Pathways are guided by the HSU Quality Learning & Teaching (QLT) Framework and your personal Teaching Enrichment Plan can help map out your goals.

 Where Do You Want to Go?

Choose from a variety of programming and flexible timelines to guide your personalized Teaching Enrichment Plan. These include self-paced, asynchronous workshops (2 hours to complete) at your own pace; live 1-hour synchronous workshops offered at designated times; a four-week fully online, asynchronous, experiential workshop; and an option to become a certified QLT Peer Reviewer. 

Pathways

Choose the path that works for you! This can be anything from one workshop, to three workshops, to a certificate. These pathways are not tiered so you can begin wherever you choose.

Pathway to Digitally Enhanced Teaching (DET) Certificate
  • Five Core Workshops (offered by the CTL)
  • Three Elective Workshops (offered by the CTL)
  • QLT “Core 24”
    • QLT Self-review
    • QLT Collegial Teaching Observation or Course Structure Review
  • Teaching Enrichment Plan (optional)
Pathway to Pivot to Online Teaching, QLT Certificate
  • Registration for Summer 2020 is now CLOSED. Register for Pathway for Digitally Enhanced Teaching to access our live and self-paced workshops!
  • Completion of the four-week, fully online, asynchronous Pivot to Online Learning and Teaching course
  • QLT Core 24
    • QLT Self-review
    • QLT Course Structure Review or Collegial Teaching Observation
  • Teaching Enrichment Plan (optional)
Pathway to QLT Peer Reviewer Certificate
  • Must have at least three semesters of teaching a specific fully online course
  • Must have documented excellent student evaluations and peer observations (where available)
  • Complete the QLT Peer Reviewers Training
  • Provide Collegial QLT Course Reviews and Teaching Observations

 Access your Pathway for Digitally Enhanced Teaching Workshops

To get started, enroll in the Pathway for Digitally Enhanced Teaching Hub, where you will find a central hub to access self-paced workshops, live workshops, and ongoing resources, as well as the ability to track your completions.