Asynchronous (Learning and Content Management Systems) and Synchronous (ZOOM, WizIQ, Congrea, Google Meet and other live online realtime) learning platforms 

Teach your students how to create video tutorials on their mobile devices to engage in storytelling, video tutorials, and presentations. 
With the use of free screencasting tools that have online and offline download capabilities for desktop sharing, members of the course will be able to communicate and learn from each other more easily and in fun ways.  
Participants of the course will learn how to use Screencast-o-matic, Vimeo, Flipgrid, Padlet, LOOM, Awesome, ZOOM, Jitsi, Google Meet, Microsoft Teams, and other tools to create videos on their computers and mobile devices (smart phones and tablets/iPads).  They will also learn how to use various mobile tools to enhance learning by engaging them in creating videos. 
The course is suitable for teachers, students, and anyone who wishes to share information with screen sharing videos. 

This course is a prerequisite for upcoming Moodle training courses. 

We need to remember that learning and teaching online is not only about creating and sharing assignments online. It's also about human interactions.” Nellie Deutsch, Ed.D

Remote communication is very important in our lives. We can't always be physically available for our students, colleagues, business associates, and our loved ones. 

Live Online Virtual Engagement (LOVE) is an annual 4-week free online course that takes place in August. The aim of the course is to provide you with practical know-how on how to connect and interact with your students, family, business associates, colleagues, and others in a live online class. You will learn how to use ZOOM, MeritHub, GoBrunch, Congrea, Google Meet, Jitsi, and Microsoft Team. 

Dr. Nellie Deutsch will discuss free platforms and tools you can use to engage your audience. 

Here's how: 

Many teachers both experienced and new to remote learning may be wondering how to engage students online. This free online course is for educators to learn what they can do with their students during lock down or in addition to their regular face-to-face or fully online classes. The annual free online course takes place from October 1-31. Registration begins on September 25. 

Participants will create team or individual courses using 6 asynchronous (Canvas, Moodle, Schoology, Google Classroom, EdModo) and practice tools that engage learners.

Teach and Engage Learners Online (TAELO) is a team time-based peering learning course. Registration starts on September 25 of each year. The duration of the course is 4 weeks. Participants will create courses using 5 asynchronous and 7 synchronous platforms. 

The recordings of the ZOOM meetings will be available on YouTube. 

You can subscribe and watch the following playlist for videos on how to teach online with free tools 

Evaluating Online Courses is a free 4-week online course that includes evaluating and measuring the layout, instructional design, learning outcomes, and student feedback of online courses and programs for the purpose of improvement. 

Participants will learn about criteria involved in evaluating online courses. They will use action research to evaluate and measure their online learning courses and programs. Participants will be introduced to blended and fully online courses, action research projects, including problem statements and purpose of evaluating online courses, literature review, research design, data collection, data analyses, oral presentations and written reports so they can evaluate their online courses.