- K-State’s Rubric for Quality E-Learning is a resource for confirming the quality, design, development, and delivery of online courses. Compliance with the rubric standard is the basis for rewarding faculty with grants for distance education conference travel, or development of new or revised courses, and new curriculum programs.
- Getting Started with Canvas is a public course for instructors with helpful technical tips and resources on the use of the Canvas Learning Management System.
- Canvas Course Shell is a template course created by K-State Global Campus for faculty to jump-start their course design and enhance learning materials. It can be downloaded from the Canvas Commons, which is available to anyone with instructor access to Canvas. Choose Kansas State University under the "Shared with" tab. You will find the Kansas State University Global Campus Online Course Shell.
- Faculty Development Modules course is required for recipients of Global Campus Distance Learning Development Grants.
- Online Essentials is a course to help faculty develop quality online courses.
- Peer-to-Peer Distance Learning Exchange, each January, and the Have a Byte, each September, provide an opportunity for faculty to share best practices and lessons learned.
- Tips and Tricks presentation videos are available to all faculty and staff as an effective teaching resource.
- The Faculty Exchange for Teaching Excellence (FETE), under the umbrella of the Teaching & Learning Center, is dedicated to the enhancement of teaching and learning at Kansas State University.
Faculty members who need assistance with accommodating a student with a documented disability should contact the access services office on the appropriate campus. Assistance may include administration of course exams with extended time and/or distraction reduced environment or providing an alternate format of text materials.
- College of Arts & Sciences Instructional Designer for a personal consultation and training (Deborah Goins, 110 Calvin Hall, 532-0368 email@example.com)
- College of Business Instructional Technologist for individual consultation and training (Ben Ward, 3138 Business Building, 532-4564 firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Student Access Center (SAC) for technical support and training (202 Holton Hall, 532-6441, email@example.com)
- Global Campus for faculty training and online course reviews (Laura Widenor, 212 College Court, 532-3542, firstname.lastname@example.org)