Home » Teach Online » Teaching Online Resources » Tips for Faculty, from Faculty Tips for Faculty, from Faculty Have you ever experienced course envy? You see other professor’s courses and wish that you knew all their secrets. Never experience course envy again! The Center for Distributed Learning will be releasing ‘Tips for Faculty, from Faculty.’ Check back regularly for a new video from one of UCF’s great faculty members. Topics will range from accessibility all the way to student engagement.Share Your Tips!Have a tip you’d like to share? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.orgVideo Captions“The biggest tip I can give to people is to have a transcript already produced. Usually, when I do this, I write the transcript before I record my lecture. Then, I make edits to that transcript after I’ve already recorded and that way you already have it done.”-Dr. Amanda Groff, Associate Lecturer of AnthropologyResources:Step-by-step Instructions: Video CaptionsProactive Captioning for Online CoursesCreating Accessible MultimediaQuestion Banks“I heard it from a colleague of mine. She was showing me her test banks and I was like, that’s awesome, I’m stealing it. And now, I’ve applied it to all of my classes and it’s really helpful.”-Dr. Sandra Wheeler, Associate Lecturer of AnthropologyResources:How do I create a question bank in a course?Check back later!We will have more tips coming soon!