Welcome to the KU Center for Online and Distance Learning

We are proud to partner with faculty to bring online and hybrid learning to KU.  As a service organization for faculty, our instructional designers and eLearning support specialists provide a wide range of pedagogy and media expertise to help you envision and implement online courses. Whether in Budig or in your office, the Center for Online and Distance Learning has staff available to assist you.

Please contact us at any time to discuss your ideas and schedule an appointment.

Learn how we can work together.

 

Lunch & Learn Sessions

CODL hosts faculty sessions focusing on ideas, issues, and resources for online and hybrid learning.  We hope you will join us for these campus discussion opportunities.  If not, video versions will be available following most sessions.
 
Fall 2014 L&L events will begin in September 2014. The new schedule will be posted soon.
 
Our last L&L event was Wednesday, May 7, 2014.
Mary Banwart, Associate Professor, Communication Studies, presented, "What I've Learned Teaching A Large Online Class." Professor Banwart shared "lessons learned" and strategies in taking a traditional large lecture course online. Click here for the Powerpoint slideshow (ppt).
Click on the link below to watch the event.
 
View our previous Lunch & Learn sessions in our video library.
 
Faculty Course Support

CODL staff are available to answer your questions or schedule a consultation about your course development needs.  We provide instructional design, media production, and expertise in hybrid and online learning. We look forward to hearing from you at 785-864-1000 or onlinelearning@ku.edu

"CODL has helped me figure out appropriate strategies for converting some of the conventional classroom techniques that I use in a face-to-face setting to a format that will work for an online class"

J. Megan Greene
Director, Associate Professor
Center for East Asian Studies

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