Remote learning

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Remote learning

The below information will help you succeed as a remote and online learner.

Remote and hybrid learning

What to expect

Learning Online Hub

Learning online has distinctive challenges and opportunities. You’re probably used to the format of in-person learning, and learning online may be a new experience. The Learning Online Hub covers some strategies and tools that will help you be successful learning online, including support with motivation, help using new technology, and techniques for effective studying.

Student Academic Learning Services

Durham College’s Student Academic Learning Services (SALS) is here to help students reach their academic goals. Watch the video or check out some of the resources available to you below.

Transitioning to online learning

Need more help? Head to the SALS section of our Student Supports tab for information on how to receive help, or chat live with someone from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday to Friday at www.durhamcollege.ca/SALS.

Ctl resources

The Centre for Teaching and Learning offers full- and part-time faculty, as well as students, a number of resources to help them teach and learn in a remote and online learning environment.

For faculty

The CTL launched a new workshop series focusing on teaching, engaging, and assessing students in a remote environment. Topics include planning remote delivery, facilitating discussions, assessments and rubrics, choosing appropriate educational technology tools, student collaboration, and ensuring online instructional presence.

Some of CTL's new resource spotlights for faculty include:

  • Planning to Move Your Course Online Landing Page
  • New DC Connect Template
  • New DC Connect Course Exemplar
  • New Workshop Series: Teaching Remotely

For students

Students can also find a number of resources for online learning on the CTL webpage. These resources provide students with information about how to access and use technology tools that they need to fully engage in online learning, ranging from joining online class communities to uploading assignments and/or projects.