Resources for teaching online

Whether you have just begun teaching online, or are experienced with a range of online course delivery platforms and practices, we hope you'll find inspiration and help from in these resources.

Web conferencing platforms

You can use Zoom for synchronous web conferencing sessions within your course.

Zoom in the classroom

CTET leads two workshops for instructors wanting to enhance learning in a virtual environment. The workshops are available for Royal Roads core and associate faculty:

Registration is online through Professional and Continuing Studies.

If you're a Royal Roads faculty member or instructor, contact faculty development for enrolment information and next steps.

Tools for engaging learning

You can use a range of tools to create asynchronous learning opportunities and activities. Students can participate in these on their own schedules within a course, and can engage multiple times to enhance their learning.


MyMedia is a Moodle-integrated tool that lets you and your students create, manage and share webcam recordings, audio recordings, narrated presentations (voice-over-PowerPoint), screen recordings, and video quizzes. Users can also save and share YouTube videos. Watch a short video about MyMedia.


Padlet gives you a space to gather and share ideas online. It can be used for brainstorming, discussions, collaboration and more. Users can add text, images, videos and other media. Padlet can be integrated into Moodle.

Building your online teaching skills

Brush up on your teaching and facilitation skills, or get new ideas for your courses, with our regularly held workshops. They are open to all, and Royal Roads faculty and staff can attend for free. To learn more about RRU workshops, or to get the RRU discount code, contact CTET Faculty Development.

Further reading

Learn more about online teaching and facilitation through these Royal Roads resources: