Last updated: April 29, 2022, 5:02 p.m.

Teaching online

Deciding on what’s needed in your course should be guided by your course objectives and what you can reasonably expect of your students and yourself. The following are supports to help you with the different tasks necessary to move your entire course or a portion of your course online.

Quickstart guides to technology-supported teaching

The following Online and Remote Teaching and Learning Quickstart Guides contain condensed portions of the CTL's Digital Teaching website.

We have organised the content so that the guides can be used together as rapid primers to help get you started. We strongly encourage using these guides in conjunction with the CTL's Digital teaching website. You can delve more deeply into the content at your own pace and according to your needs as you become more comfortable with the information presented. Begin with the Basic resource guide for introductory information then move on to the Enhanced, Improved, and Engaged guides for more high level support to help improve the planning and delivery of online and remote teaching and learning. The guides include links to complete resources available on the CTL's Digital teaching website.

New tool: Lightboard Studio

Get started creating content using Concordia's new lightboards!  

Learn more about Concordia's new lightboard technology setup at the SGW campus and Loyola campus.

Tool highlights

Learn more about Lightboard Studio

Essential principles

It is important that four core principles are respected: adopt Moodle, be accessible, protect privacy and be aware of your intellectual property. 

Quick tips

You must activate your Zoom enhanced licence before using Zoom for the first time.

Please refer to Running a Live Zoom Session or instructions on setting up a Zoom account for Instructors and TAs.


For New Professors and Teaching Assistants

To support you as you get established in your teaching at Concordia, the CTL has compiled a list of links to practical resources to help you with all of your instructional needs.

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