Home » Teach Online » Professional Development for Teaching Online » Faculty Seminars in Online Teaching Faculty Seminars in Online Teaching These stand-alone seminars are offered periodically for collegial dialogue around best practices in online teaching. They are co-presented by the Center for Distributed Learning and members of the UCF teaching faculty. While this series is designed with online faculty in mind as an on-going follow-up to IDL6543, all members of the UCF community with an interest in online teaching are invited to participate. To more flexibly meet the needs of our diverse community, seminars are highly focused (i.e., 30 minutes for presentation and discussion), include numerous "take-away" resources, and are recorded for later review. Customized versions of each seminar are available. These are suitable for presentation at departmental/college faculty meetings or other faculty gatherings. Past Seminars Subscribe on iTunes Subscribe on Android Subscribe via RSSCheck out Our Latest SeminarRecent PostsActive Learning Across Modalities: Techniques for Fostering Active Learning in Online CoursesMarch 1, 2019Active learning is a method of learning in which students are actively engaged and involved in the learning process. In order to learn, students must do more than just listen -- they must read, write, discuss, or be engaged in solving problems. In this session, …Past Seminars You can view our Archived Seminars for a full comprehensive listing of past seminars. Each session include recordings and supporting materials.Suggest a TopicIf you would like to suggest a topic, or if you are interested in co-presenting a seminar, please contact Corrinne Stull at Corrinne.Stull@ucf.edu or (407) 823-1250.Stay ConnectedDon't forget to subscribe (via iTunes, Google Play, Android, or RSS) to never miss a session, or check out the Faculty Seminars in Online Teaching Session List for a comprehensive list of past sessions, video recordings, streamed podcast audio, and individual session resources and handouts.This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.