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Center for Online Learning

 

The Center for Online Learning offers instructional design support to all Hunter College faculty creating and teaching hybrid and online courses. At Hunter, hybrid, online and fully online courses are defined below. The CUNY Registrars use these terms to indicate the different modes of instruction.

  • In-Person: No course assignments and no required activities delivered online.
  • Web-Enhanced: No scheduled class meetings are replaced, but some of the course content and assignments, as well as required or optional activities, are online.
  • Partially online: Up to 32% of scheduled class meetings are replaced with online activities or virtual meetings.
  • Hybrid (Blended): Between 33% and 80% of scheduled class meetings are replaced with online activities or virtual meetings.
  • Online: More than 80% but less than 100% of scheduled class meetings are replaced with online activities or virtual meetings.
  • Fully online: 100% of scheduled class meetings are replaced with online activities or virtual meetings. All of the class work, including exams, is online.

Through consultations, online workshops and customized training sessions, our staff of educational technologists and graphic designers can help professors who want to:

  • create digital course materials
  • record mini-lectures
  • design online assignments
  • select appropriate tools for interactive online activities
  • find media hosting options
  • learn about video captioning and making content accessible
  • use online conferencing tools
  • integrate e-textbooks and publisher content
  • design or redesign hybrid and online courses
Classroom Collaboration Booths Recording booths

The Center for Online Learning has a classroom-like space, and a room with two collaboration tables and two recording booths, allowing professors to:

  • record news-anchor-style videos
  • voice-over presentation slides
  • record screencasts showing procedures as displayed on a computer screen
  • capture lectures in a classroom-like setting
  • create Khan-Academy-style videos showing an instructor drawing freehand on a digital tablet
  • create animated videos and presentations

See examples of instructor-created materials

 

To schedule a consultation, request a workshop or reserve a space for recording, please email edtech@hunter.cuny.edu.

Location: Hunter North C105
Hours: 9:00am - 5:00pm