Hybrid courses are different from fully online asynchronous courses. Hybrid courses have both synchronous class meetings and asynchronous learning activities.
TCU Online offers ways to asynchronously deliver content and learning activities, engage students, evaluate student work, and give feedback. Additionally, TCU Online offers communication tools and data analytics that help you support student learning.
- For details about Hybrid courses and training requirements, see Hybrid Information.
Designing Asynchronous Learning in TCU Online
- Visit our Moving Content and Activities Online page for suggestions, resources, and things to consider when using TCU Online to deliver content and learning activities, evaluate student work, give feedback, and more.
- For information about the availability of publisher content for instructors and students, as well as additional library resources, see TCU Textbook and Library Resources.
Support for TCU Online
Ways to Learn about TCU Online
- View our Get Started with TCU Online page for introductory information specifically for new TCU Online users.
- Log in to TCU Online and visit the Ramping Up Rapidly course, located in the Orientations semester on your My Home page. This course includes how-to documentation and tutorials.
- Watch our Recorded TCU Online Webinars, which are available for you to get started learning about specific tools.
- Explore our TCU Online How-to Hub, which includes resources for you to learn on your own about any topic or tool in TCU Online.
- Visit our Events page to register for upcoming trainings and workshops.
Ways to Get Help with TCU Online
- See our Support for TCU Online page, which includes all the ways to get help, as well as information for contacting the D2L 24/7/365 helpdesk.
- Submit a request to the TCU Online Support Form, which allows the Koehler Center team to provide assistance over email for basic TCU Online, Panopto, and Respondus questions.
- Schedule a Virtual Lab appointment for one-to-one, in-depth assistance with TCU Online tools, Panopto, and Respondus.
- TCU’s IT “Keep Working” page will give you a quick list of all the tools you might need to continue working remotely.