OLT Subscription

What's included in the subscription?

As a subscriber, you gain access to our growing library of short courses and live webinars, created to distill our combined decades of experience as online instructors and curriculum designers. We synthesize evidence-based practices for you, so that you can focus on prioritizing learning in your classroom. The content available to subscribers contains easy-to-master methods and processes. You will learn to utilize accessible and affordable tools to create learner-focused instructional materials and video instruction. If you are an experienced online instructor with existing original content, becoming a subscriber gives you effective and efficient ways to sustain your materials through robust ongoing development.


Course topics may include how-to instruction on

  • creating engaging video content 

  • creating accessible courses

  • creating instructional materials

  • building community in online courses

  • engaging learners in asynchronous online courses

  • assessing oral communication online

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Subscription Includes

  • monthly live webinars

  • access to a growing library of short courses

  • OLT community access (coming soon)

  • special offers

Unlimited access for
only $50 per year


Webinar Schedule

Online Learning Toolkit subscribers receive access to a growing library of short courses and live webinars that teach you how to simplify online course design with easy-to-master methods and processes. Webinar topics cover a range of topics, often based on OLT subscriber community requests. 

Topics include

  • building community in online courses 

  • setting course expectations

  • preparing for midterms

  • creating a communications plan

  • staying organized and time management

January Schedule

Communicating with Students Online

January 13, 2020 @6pm ET 
This webinar will discuss methods for communicating with students online as well as tips for effective online communication. Institutional links available;
 email for details​.



Backward Design, Objectives, and Universal Design for Learning

Guest Presenter: Tracy Stuntz, MS

Jan 22, 2020 @2pm ET 
This webinar will walk you through creating or revising a module for your online course by using backward design, specifically writing student-centered learning objectives, and the principles of universal design for learning. 


February Schedule

Creating an Active Learning Lesson

February 10, 2020 @6pm ET 
It's time to break the read-write cycle! This webinar will discuss how to create active learning lessons for online courses. Institutional links available;
 email for details​.



Supporting LGBTQ Students Online

Guest Presenter: Kim Myers, MA, MS

Feb 17, 2020 @6pm ET

This webinar is intended to aide new and experienced online instructors and instructional designers in developing online learning environments that are inclusive and affirming of LGBTQ+ identities.  



The Productive Online and Offline Professor

Guest Presenter: Bonni Stachowiak, EdD

Feb 25, 2020 @3pm ET

Join us for a conversation about how to overcome the challenges involved in being productive professors and get meaningful work done. Bonni will share a few keys to intentional productivity in multiple academic contexts.


March Schedule


Why and How I Use Videos in My Online Teaching

Guest Presenter: Karen Costa

March 4, 2020 @1pm ET

This 30-minute session will cover critical themes that support the use of video in online teaching and learning (faculty success, faculty-student connections, sustainable teaching practices, and humanizing OL). 


How to Select Technology Tools for an Online Course

March 16, 2020 @6pm ET 
This webinar will discuss methods for evaluating new technology for your online courses. Topics discussed include evaluating, testing, and introducing new technology. Institutional links available; 
email for details​.


April Schedule

Formative Assessment: Requesting Course Observations from Students

April 20, 2020 @6pm ET 

Want to know what your online course is like from your students' point of view? Learn how to request and use student observations to improve the learner experience.  Institutional links available; email for details​.


Meet the Online Learning Toolkit Team

We are college faculty and online education professionals with over two decades of combined teaching, faculty development, and instructional design experience. We use OLT as a platform for helping educators learn how to design and deliver effective online instruction using practical approaches and sustainable methods.

Contact Us

Tel: 717-384-5370 / Email: info@onlinelearningtoolkit.com

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