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Let's Keep Teaching

Welcome to the Let's Keep Teaching InfoGuide

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Welcome to the Let's Keep Teaching InfoGuide! Falcon Online is what we call our learning management system, aka, online classes. All classes, whether it's face to face, hybrid, or online have a Falcon Online course shell. This guide will walk you through the various features of using Falcon Online as well as help connect you to opportunities for personalized guidance.

  • Are you a face-to-face faculty member who needs help transitioning their course online?
  • Are you a hybrid faculty member who needs help setting up virtual classroom meetings?
  • Are you an online faculty member who needs a refresher?

Then you are in the right place!

Here you will find information and resources from the Daytona State College that will help you continue teaching remotely. You can navigate this guide using the tabs on the left-hand side of the screen. It is recommended to build your online course out at least 2 weeks at a time.

Schedule An Appointment w/ an Instructional Designer or eMentor

Transition to remote teaching: Get help with moving your face to face or hybrid course to deliver temporarily online. Meet remotely via virtual appointment or by phone.

Schedule an Instructional Designer

Register for Training


Let's Keep Teaching Workshops

The Let's Keep Teaching workshop on the transition to remote teaching at DSC is intended for face-to-face, hybrid, and online faculty. It is particularly helpful to those new to teaching within Falcon Online or those needing a refresher on features available to support remote teaching. In these previously recorded sessions, Hector Valle, Bill Harrison and Kevin Lorden from IT demonstrated tools that help facilitate teaching and learning in the online environment. Topics included Virtual Classroom, Skype for Business, the Faculty Toolset, Falcon Online Content, and Discussions. These tools will help you better engage your students by providing synchronous and asynchronous media capture workflows.