Online Teaching Certification & Resources
DE Certification Requirements
Clarification on RCCD's Academic Senate-approved online teaching certification requirements will be updated soon.
RCCD Course Design Camp
This online teaching certification course is a 4-module, self-paced course focused on course development, design, facilitation, and equitable learning outcomes for all student groups. There are no course start/end dates or assignment due dates, allowing for the completion of online teaching requirements throughout the year.
Once you have a Canvas account, sign in to Canvas and self-enroll in RCCD Course Design Camp
. Upon self-enrollment into the course, you will find additional directions and guidance for course completion. If you believe you have met certification requirements through other means, please submit the completion evidence to the RCCD Certification Evidence
College Distance Education Committees
Each college has an Academic Senate sub-committee focused on Distance Education issues. Feel free to reach out to the DE Committee Chairs if you have any questions or would like to become more involved.
Riverside City College
Moreno Valley College
RCCD Policies and Practices for Distance Education
Administrative Procedure (AP) 2105 Distance Education (as approved by District Senate March 15, 2021) details the district practices for online courses. To help faculty apply AP2105, Regular Substantive Interaction Guidelines (as approved by District Senate May 24, 2021) have been developed and approved by the DE Committees and Academic Senates at all three colleges. If you have any questions, contact your college DE Committee Chair (see links above). Faculty can also contact an Instructional Designer to discuss the requirements and guidelines.