Are you interested in redesigning your course for online delivery? Are you interested in developing assessment tools for your course? Maybe you want to develop a video or other online resources. Contact Leah Sandall for more information on how to get started.

There are many ways to be involved in online education. Courses come in a variety of lengths and may be 8-week or 5-week mini-courses, modules, short courses, webinars or a variety of other formats. Lessons and lectures may be posted on the web as video and/or audio files, screen-capture recorded lectures, or pdfs. Below are examples of online education in various lengths and styles:

Advising Online Students

Popular Technology Programs for Online Teaching

Training at UNL –  Center for Transformative Teaching offers a wide variety of resources and support for teaching and learning

Technology support programs including VidGrid, a video capture service for UNL

Zoom Video Conferencing

Types of Credit

The Department of Agronomy faculty and staff have experience providing three types of credit: academic credit, professional credit and CEUs.