Faculty members are invited to visit our Resources page on this website for FAQs, important documents, and resources for online teaching. You will be asked to sign in with your PennKey before accessing the website.
Additionally, the Online Learning team maintains Teaching Online: A Penn SAS Resource as a self-guided course-site within Canvas, designed specifically for faculty and TAs who are teaching online. Please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org if you have difficulty requesting permission for the site.
National Distance Learning Week Events
Arts & Sciences Online Learning's celebration of National Distance Learning Week
Please save the Date(s) for Arts & Sciences Online Learning's celebration of National Distance Learning Week (November 10th - 14th):
Monday 11/10 - 3:00 - 5:00 pm - Online Learning Studio Open House. Visit the Arts & Sciences Online Learning studio and learn about the latest credit online courses, massive open online courses, digital learning projects, and more. @ 3624 Market Street, Suite 5W (5th Floor)
CANCELED Tuesday 11/11 - 10:00 - 11:30 am - Teaching Online for Credit and in Coursera. A panel discussion featuring Dr. Carol Muller (Music and Africa Center) and Dr. Peter Struck (Classics), moderated by Dr. Peter Decherney (English and Cinema Studies) @ Kislack Center, Van Pelt Library (6th Floor). STAY TUNED FOR A RESCHEDULED EVENT IN THE SPRING
NEW TIME Thursday 11/13 - 12:00 - 1:00 pm - Reflections on Revolutionary Ideas. A discussion with Dr. Alex Guerrero (Philosophy and Medical Ethics and Health Policy) and students from his recent massive open online course (MOOC). Click here to access the online discussion.
Thursday 11/13 – 6:00 – 7:00 pm – Teaching and Learning Online: Roundtable Discussion in Adobe Connect with Dr. Kristine Rabberman (Director of Academic Affairs for PLE) and her students. Experience Adobe Connect, a frequently used platform for synchronous online classes, and participate in a discussion about the experience and advantages of taking classes online at Penn. Join at https://pennlps.adobeconnect.com/demo
Friday 11/14 - 3:00 - 4:30 pm - Structured, Active, In-Class Learning (SAIL) panel feat. Dr. Rogers Smith (Political Science), Dr. Rebecca Stein (Economics), Dr. Cathy Turner (Center for Teaching and Learning and English) moderated by Dr. Julie McGurk (Center for Teaching and Learning and Biological Basis of Behavior) @ Active Learning Classroom 208 in the ARCH (2nd Floor)