Teaching Online


Developer Resources

Developing a quality online course involves much more than simply replicating a face-to-face course online. A premium online course design begins with re-examining the goals and objectives of the course. READ MORE

Teaching Resources

  • eTech Guide to Teaching Online - a great resource for instructors who are new to ATU.

  • The Bb Instructor Guide will help familiarize you with Blackboard and some best practices. ATU's Blackboard website is http://bblearn.atu.edu.

  • eTech Email Template - an initial contact document to send out to your classes at the beginning of the semester. Update the content at the top to reflect your information and the correct course information. Specific information on editing the email template is available here.

  • Registrars Office (https://www.atu.edu/registrar/banner_forms.php) provides visual guides on attendance accounting, midterm grades and final grades.

  • Student involvement and interaction is key to a quality online course. See this document for examples of types of interactions in online classes that meet the C-RAC (Council of Regional Accrediting Commissions) Guidelines.

Computer Based Training

As an Arkansas Tech student, you have access to in-depth training on hundreds of today's most sought-after applications, with over 98,729 narrated tutorials. Through the Virtual Training Center, these tutorials can be streamed over any Internet connection directly to your computer. READ MORE