With the uncertainty around the fall 2021 and winter 2022 terms and the challenges that some international students may face attending on campus courses, Carleton is offering instructors four delivery options beginning in September 2021.

Delivery Options Definition
Face-to-face Students meet on campus in the designated classroom at the scheduled time. Face-to-Face sections can include flipped teaching approaches (e.g., cohort-based rotations).

Note: max of 60 students per on campus delivery.

Online Students interact with the instructor, course materials and other students completely online. Some elements of the course may be self-paced and are therefore asynchronous; other elements may require students and instructor to meet online at a specified time using a synchronous learning tool (e.g., Zoom). Combining these elements creates blended courses.
HyFlex A single section is offered simultaneously to both on campus and online students by the same instructor. Students may choose how they will attend each class, either in-person on campus or online via Zoom. Students attending online may actively participate in the course. Instructors may choose to record their course, but this is solely at their discretion.

Note: online and on campus students are part of the same section. Max enrollment of the section is limited to room capacity (current max of 60 students per on campus delivery).

Parallel Online Parallel online sections are tied to an on-campus section (cross-listed) and have the same course instructor. The technology in the room allows for the live lecture to be recorded for asynchronous viewing for on-campus or distance students. These types of classes must be scheduled in an operator supported classroom.

Note: requires Dean’s approval. Max enrollment of the on-campus section is limited by room capacity or max of 60; however, the size of the parallel online section is not limited.

Here, you’ll find a variety of resources and tools to help you make informed decisions about your course that will meet both your needs and the needs of your students. This page will be updated regularly as more resources become available.

Remember, we’re available for remote consultations on any of your teaching and learning needs across all disciplines. If you would like to request support, please fill out our course consultation form and we’ll follow up with you as soon as possible.

Resources to help you teach

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Supporting Students

Additional Resources

Looking for more? Browse through our resource index page for a comprehensive list of all our available supports and descriptions of how they can help you transition to teaching in the online environment.

You can also explore open educational resources curated by a consortium of faculty members and educational developers from Canadian post-secondary institutions to help you prepare for teaching in a remote context.