This page is meant to be a resource for Compton College Faculty seeking information on teaching with Canvas and the tools available to assist with creating learning experiences.
DE Certification Process
In order to teach online asynchronously faculty must be certified in distance education.
You can find more information on course work, demonstration requirements, and the
overall outlined process on the Compton College Process for DE Certification.
Below is are the requirements for DE certification:
- Course Work
Compton College has outline training that must be completed in order to teach online (asynchronous, Hybrid, and synchronous courses). All training is conducted through @ONE, a professional development organization dedicated to faculty teaching online.
- Introduction to Teaching with Canvas
- Introduction to Asynchronous Online Learning
- Creating Accessible Course Content
Once you have completed the required course work you will need to complete a course demonstration through the Faculty Course Review Committee. Your course demo needs to have a developed introduction module along with three (3) content modules at a minimum for review.
To get started, submit a review request to the Course Review Request Form. Once your request has been received the Distance Education Faculty Coordinator will assign you two (2) faculty reviewers who will guide you through the demonstration process.
Should you have any questions regarding this process please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or contact Dr. Brad Conn (email@example.com) current Distance Education Faculty Coordinator.
The DE Department Coordinates multiple trainings each semester on Canvas and other
digital tools available. A survey is sent out to the campus community during the Fall
and Spring semesters for feedback on training topics of interest.
Fall and spring semester events are announced at the beginning of both semesters via the departments DE Newsletter, Vision Resource Center, and Professional Development communications.
If you are interested in more information on professional development please contact us at Distance_ed@compton.edu for more details.
The Canvas Toolbox is a resource for faculty that has many resources for faculty teaching online at
Note: Before opening the above link make sure you are logged into your "MyCompton account.
Instructional Design Appointments
One-on-one and group Instructional design consultation appointments are available for faculty and staff. These appointments should be used to get assistance with development of Canvas shells. Some examples of why you may want to meet with an Instructional Designer include:
- Accessibility Compliance
- Canvas Shell Development
- Online Engagement Strategies
- Alternative Assessment Strategies
- Tool Training
Visit our DE Bookings Page for available times and to book an appointment. Select the appropriate person to see their availability. You must be logged into your “MyCompton” account to access the page.