Geaux the distance with online teaching

The Office of Distance Learning keeps our faculty at the forefront of learning-oriented technology, offering professional development and training opportunities to ensure the University can offer the best learning experiences to our students, online or in the classroom.

Take Teaching Beyond Classrooms

Online learning offers everyone the opportunity to continue their education. Our Online Teacher and Course Designer certification allows our faculty to reimagine the traditional professor-student roles and take academia into the 21st century.

Remote Instruction

Faculty transitioning to Remote or HyFlex instruction should refer to the Teach Remotely section of the website. The Office of Distance Learning has compiled resources and tutorials for setting up and teaching courses in Moodle. 

For student resources, refer to the Remote Learners page of the Online Programs site.

Office of Distance Learning

Changing how you deliver your courses can be an overwhelming prospect. As a UL Lafayette faculty member, you’ll have a knowledgeable team beside you every step of the way. 

Teaching online or hybrid courses begins by becoming ULearn Certified. Once you’ve obtained approval from your department head, email to confirm a training plan.

As a ULearn Certified faculty member, you’ll have access to:

  • Professional Development Courses: We offer both instructor-led and self-directed courses based on your goals and where you are in your professional development. 
  • Informative Webinars: We offer regular webinars that cover how to use Distance Learning-supported educational technology and best practices in online/hybrid pedagogy to help faculty create exceptional online and hybrid learning environments.
  • Instructional Support: The Instructional Support Team offers online resources and direct consultations to help you design your online or hybrid course.