Online seminars and podcasts
Watch an online seminar or listen to an audio podcast on
teaching topics—the next best thing to attending a workshop.
Monday Morning Teaching Resource Program:
20 minute video seminars on different topics each week – one week access
Topics this semester will include blended learning, capstone
courses, experiential learning, constructing exams, and online communication.
If you would like to be notified of the availability of these
programs via a weekly email message, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Educause Learning Initiative (ELI)
These hour-long, interactive web seminars focus on technology in the classroom. Each seminar features
authorities in the field of the topic covered.
Magna 20 Minute Mentor e-seminars
These brief yet intensive twenty-minute online seminars give
you strategies to solve common teaching problems.
Off-campus users will first need to connect through the Northern Arizona University
The online seminars are developed by Magna Publications,
publisher of the newsletter The Teaching Professor. Contact us
for newsletter access information.
You may also be interested in Magna Publications’ the The Teaching Professor Blog,
written by Maryellen Wiemer, a well-known college teaching authority.
NEW: How Can I Enhance Students' Self-Regulated Learning Skills?
Learn about the three stages of self-regulated learning - planning, monitoring, and evaluating - and explore an array of activities proven to be effective at enhancing students' self-awareness of their learning.
NEW: Is Your Syllabus Sending the Wrong Message?
Learn tips designed to help you use classroom policies to support student engagement and a smooth-running classroom.
How Do I Convert a Face to Face Course to a Hybrid Course?
This program covers the process of online course conversion, from initial course review to working with technology.
How Can Objects And Analogies Improve My Teaching?
Learn how to use objects
and pictures to get your students thinking more deeply and creatively about
How Do I Assign Students to Groups?
Explore benefits and
approaches of group work for learning course material.
How Do I Get More Students to Participate in Class?
Learn eighteen different ways to encourage more classroom
participation with your students.
How Do I Get Students to Read Their Assignments Before Class?
Discover constructive, specific ways to motivate your
students to come to class prepared.
How Should I Respond to Wrong (or Not Very Good) Answers?
Find out how to reply effectively to incorrect or poor
answers from students.
How Flexible Should I Be With Non-Traditional Students?
Get helpful insights, techniques, and strategies to help
What Can I Do About Feeling Tired, Stressed and Burned Out?
Recognize the signs of burnout and excessive stress and how
to deal with them.
Creating an Inclusive Learning Environment with Universal Design for
This recording of a webinar session from Innovative Educators explores how Universal Design for
Learning’s principles benefit a wide range of learners, including students with
- life experiences
- cultural backgrounds
- abilities and disabilities
- learning styles
Download the PowerPoint
to accompany the webinar.
Northern Arizona University Teaching Academy
The Northern Arizona Teaching Academy is developing a series of brief audio podcasts of Academy members discussing university teaching topics.
- Understanding and Enhancing Student Motivation
- Fostering an Ethic of Care (Laura
- Purposeful Discussions and Productive Questions
Northern Arizona University e-Learning Center
Get weekly tips for using technology in the classroom with
the T4: Tuesday Tips on Teaching with Technology podcast from the e-Learning