Fully-Online Courses

Fully Online Course Initiative at IU Kokomo

Faculty interested in developing a fully online course at IU Kokomo should contact their Dean and/or Chair and Assistant Vice-Chancellor of Academic Affairs for more information on how to get started. CTLA provides online training, instructional design & technology consultations, and live technology training sessions to assist you with your online course development and teaching. Check out our event schedule for more information on dates and times. Watch for sessions on our Course Management System called Canvas.

CTLA's Online Course Developers Certificate Program

Additional Resources

  • eTexts 101 Webinar - “Indiana University’s eText 101: Are your students spending too much for textbooks?”  This is a Chronicle of Higher Education-hosted webinar (sponsored by Pearson).
  • eTexts 101: A Practical Guide - Free e-book guide to eTexts.
  • Accessibility Initiative - Guidelines and resources from the World Wide Web Consortium.
  • WebAim - Web accessibility website that included popular resources, tools, keyboard shortcuts, introduction vidoes on keeping web accessibility in mind, and more.
  • MERLOT II - Multimedia Educational Resource for Learning and Online Teaching.
  • IU Online - Gateway to more than 100 online IU degree and certificate programs.
  • Quality Matters - A nationally recognized, faculty centered, peer review process.
  • CAST - Transforming education through universal design of learning.
  • Online Learning Consortium
  • Getting Started Guide for Faculty - A quick start to IU's technology resources for teaching and research faculty. (Guide available for download)

Self Assessment Resources

Resources for your students

Canvas Help for Students

  1. Canvas Student Quickstart Guide - Learn to use Canvas for your course work.
  2. Canvas Video Guides - Select video demonstations to learn how to use Canvas features.

Technology Resources for students.