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Faculty Forum about Preparing to Teach Virtual and Hybrid Courses - Report and summary video

Thanks to all the faculty and staff who joined us for a special Faculty Forum on strategies for both applying to teach and actually teaching future hybrid and online classes at UC Davis. Thirty-five participants from across the disciplines joined us for a conversation that touched on meeting the needs of students with disabilities and medical concerns, terminology and definitions relevant to hybrid and online teaching, strategies for teaching with lecture-captured video, and negotiating the process of applying to teach new classes, or established courses in a new mode.

Provost Croughan’s February message about planning for fall and the subsequent Academic Senate announcement about the return to fully in-person classes in the fall have brought to light new opportunities and responsibilities when it comes to teaching remotely in the future. The Academic Senate announcement in particular shared the rapidly-approaching 30 June deadline for Committee on Courses of Instruction (or COCI) applications. 

To find out more about the process of applying to teach a future class in a hybrid or online format, please visit the Academic Senate COCI Policies and Procedures webpage.

We also encourage you to take advantage of the many resources that came up in this Faculty Forum conversation:

DOLCE meetings and Faculty Forums meet every first and third Friday during the school year. Please keep checking The Wheel for more information about such offerings, and plan to join us!

UC Davis faculty who would like to see the video for the April 15th, 2022 Faculty Forum on the future of hybrid and online instruction should please send an email to ATS Instructional Designers:

Dr. Andy Jones 

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