Faculty Support

eLearning provides a variety of Instructional Design and Technical support for faculty - no matter the modality in which you teach. 

Instructional Design Support

Our Instructional Designers can provide the following support:

  • Accessibility and Universal Design
  • Aligning educational technology to learning objectives
  • Assessment
  • Course design and pedagogy
  • Critical Pedagogy
  • Faculty development workshops (including LEAD)
  • Open Education Resources (OER)
  • Syllabus and activity design

Technology Support

Our Instructional Technologists can provide the following support:

  • Troubleshooting technical problems
  • Training for and use of video conferencing tools
  • Research and implementation of course technology tools
  • 1:1 support for Zoom and video production
    • Storyboarding/Planning
    • Recording/Shooting
    • Editing
    • Captioning
    • Sharing/Delivery

INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGNERS

To make an appointment for instructional design support, click on the "Book with" link associated with the Instructional Designer you'd like to book with.

Rebecca Brown

Rebecca Brown 
She/Her
North
Book with Rebecca
Biography

Sanja Kadric

Sanja Kadrić
She/Her
Central
Book with Sanja
Biography

Robin Leeson

Robin Leeson
They/Them
Central
Book with Robin
Biography

Julian Barr

Julian Barr
He/Him
South
Book with Julian
Biography

 

TECHNOLOGISTS

To make an appointment for technical support, click on the "Book with" link associated with the Technologist you'd like to book with.

Shawn Rodriguez

Shawn Rodriguez 
He/Him
North
Book with Shawn

Jesse Hernandez

Jesse Hernandez
He/Him
Central
Book with Jesse

Spencer Echon

Spencer Echon 
He/Him
South
Book with Spencer

 

eLearning provides the following support to faculty for the following educational technology tools:

CANVAS

  • Canvas Certification
  • Course Settings
  • Course Menu
  • Using Canvas TILTed Templates
  • Class Communication
  • Gradebook
  • Discussions
  • Quizzes
  • Assignments
  • Adding third-party tools to your class
  • Calendar

ZOOM

  • Setting Up Your Account
  • Zoom Settings
  • Zoom Best Practices
  • Overall Zoom Usage
  • Teaching Strategies
  • Recording Options
  • Screen Sharing, Breakout Rooms & Polling

PANOPTO

  • Enabling Panopto
  • Recording a Lecture
  • Sharing Lectures in Canvas
  • Editing Videos/Captions
  • Changing Sharing Permissions
  • Allowing Students to Create Videos
  • Moving, Copying & Deleting Lectures

North

Visit us in CC 2153

  • October 4 – November 1
    CC 2153
    T-W 10:00 – 2:00 pm
     
  • Starting November 1
    8:00 – 4:30 pm Daily

Central

Visit us in the Library/TLC

  • September 27 – September 30
    M-Th 9:00 – 3:00 pm
     
  • October 4 – November 1
    T-W 10:00 – 2:00 pm
     
  • Starting November 1
    8:00 – 4:30 pm Daily

South

Visit us in the Library / Room 203

  • Starting September 27
    T-Th 10:00 – 2:00 pm

Overview

Zoom is a synchronous tool that allows you to upload slide content and interact with students in real time. Sessions can be recorded for students who do not have access to the Internet at home. Student can playback the session and answer one or two predetermined questions to prove they have watched the recording.

Access

Faculty can request a fully licensed account through eLearning or IT Services.

Resources

Accessibility

Support

FAQs

How do I set my Personal Meeting ID (PMI)

Common Tutorials

Joining a Meeting

Meeting Controls

Breakout Rooms

Adding Zoom to Canvas

Creating and Finding a Password Protected Link in Zoom

A quick way to create and find the password protected link when scheduling Zoom meetings.  

For more details about enabling password settings for you account, click here to be directed to the Zoom Security Website.


Adding the Password-Protected Link for Zoom to your Canvas Course Menu

By adding your password-protected link to your Canvas course, you are adding an extra layer of security. Allowing only students who are in your course and have to login to Canvas to have the proper link. Follow the instructions in the video below.


Setting Up and Using Waiting Rooms for your Zoom Meetings

As stated in the Zoom Security website, the Waiting Room is just like it sounds: It's a virtual staging area that prevents people from joining a meeting until the host is read. Meeting hosts can customize the Waiting Room settings to gain further control over which participants join a specific meeting and when.

For more information about Waiting Rooms on the Zoom website click here and here to be redirected to the Zoom website.


Enabling Registration Requirements for Large Meetings/Events

Some meetings may be too large to keep track of who is in the meeting. A great way to help with that is by setting up "Registration" as a requirement for participants in order to receive the correct link to join your meeting.

For more details on setting up and enabling registration requirements, please click this link.


How to Disable Participant's Videos in Zoom as a Host

For many reasons, bandwith, internet connection, or an emergency, there may be a need for you to disable a participant's video. Below are two examples of how to do that. Please note that you are only able to do this with Host and Co-Host privileges.

This is for disabling all participant videos before they enter your Zoom meetings.

GIf showing how to disable video for participants

This is for disabling participant videos while IN a Zoom meeting.

GIf showing how to disable video for participants during a meeting

 

Your Zoom meeting recordings can be shared through Panopto inside of Canvas. The following is a semi-automated option.

  1. In your SeattleColleges Zoom account (the one you login with your SeattleColleges.edu login name), record a Zoom meeting, and select the “Record to the Cloud” option.

    More button clicked with Record to Cloud option highlighted
     
  2. After ending the meeting, it will take a few minutes to process. You will receive an email from Zoom. That means it is ready. 
     
  3. Login to Canvas, and click the Panopto Recordings button in the course-level navigation bar.  Click the folder drop-down arrow. Select the “Meeting Recordings” folder. 

    Panopto Recordings Window in Canvas
     
  4. You have many ways to share that video. 

    One is moving it to the Panopto folder/Canvas shell. Hover over the recording, and then click the Settings button. On the Session Information window, click the Edit link next to the Meeting Recordings folder. Then, select the target folder that represents the Canvas shell/course.

    Meeting Recordings Option in Panopto

    The other option is changing the share option. Hover over the recording, and then click the Share button. That will open the Share tab. Select the Who has access: option. Then, copy the link or embed codes to share.

    Share and Who Has Access Options in Panopto