What is CPS Distributed Learning?
As part of the College of Professional Studies, we focus on programmatic and course transformation to extend learning opportunities for on campus and distance education students.
Use Camtasia Relay to create supplementary instruction for your online courses. Camtasia Relay is free and easy to use. Create short content-specific videos directly from your desktop, then upload to Moodle or email to your students.
Collaboration on design, concept, and workflow has never been simpler online. This interactive diagramming tool opens up the potential for real time student project collaboration. This free tool also integrates seamlessly with Google Docs and Google Drive. Try it out today. Please contact us in Distributed Learning for ideas on how to integrate this or other tools.
This resource, sponsored by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, provides valuable tips, guidelines and approaches to help you ensure your courses are accessible.
Distributed Learning's Margaret Arroyo asks HSU community members about netiquette in the online environment and provides important tips for successful communication. Feel free to use this video in your own course.
Recently, Social Work students visited Hoopa, California to take part in preparing the community's soccer field for the upcoming season.
View & Comment on Any Document Review a Word document, fill out a PDF form, mark up an image, and more... All with Crocodoc, all online, all for free.
If you are concerned about student plagiarism in your courses, there is an automated tool available at HSU that will help you to determine the degree of originality within a student’s term paper. For more information about setting up a Turnitin account, please contact Riley Quarles at: email@example.com
The 2013 Institute for Student Success Planning Team is now accepting proposals for workshops and poster sessions for our January 17, 2013 Institute. We strongly encourage both staff and faculty to consider presenting both new and time-tested strategies in interactive workshops designed to share methods for supporting inclusive campus environments and enhancing the success of students from all backgrounds. Cross-disciplinary teams and staff-faculty collaborations are encouraged. DEADLINE FOR PROPOSALS: Friday, October 26, 2012 (Noon)