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Peralta DE Workshops

What are Peralta Distance Education (DE) Workshops?

The Peralta CCD Distance Education Committee has worked with an instructional designer to put together workshops for faculty who are or will be using Canvas to teach face-to-face, hybrid and online courses. These workshops combine teaching–distance education pedagogy and effective practices–and technology–how to use Canvas.

Why participate in Peralta DE Workshops?

Face-to-face workshops offer opportunities to learn at a reasonable pace, ask questions and connect with peer faculty members in the district.

How do you sign up or access materials for Peralta DE Workshops?

Use the links below to sign up for upcoming workshops or access previous workshop materials.

Peralta DE Workshops – Sign up

Sign up for upcoming Peralta DE Workshops – link opens new window – using our Signup Genius form.

  • WHEN: This form is updated with new workshop offerings each semester.
  • WHERE: Workshops are offered at all four Peralta campus locations each semester.

Peralta DE Workshops – Access Workshop Materials

All of the materials shared during each workshop are available to all Peralta faculty. Visit the Peralta DE Workshops course in Canvas – link opens new window – to review or download valuable workshop materials for the following topics:

  • (Re)designing the Online Learning Experience
  • Managing Course Materials and Resources
  • Facilitating and Managing Online Interactivity & Communication
  • Assessing Learning in the Online Environment
  • Making Your Online Course Accessible

Canvas Resources for Faculty

In addition to the workshops, the Peralta DE Committee has created a set of resources for faculty using Canvas. Explore the Canvas Faculty Resources site – link opens new window.

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  • Since 1964, the Peralta Community College District - comprised of Berkeley City College, College of Alameda, Laney College and Merritt College - has served the cities of Alameda, Albany, Berkeley, Emeryville, Oakland and Piedmont by providing 25,000 students each semester with a range of educational programs and life-long learning opportunities.