Your expertise. Our resources.

eLearning Center

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Your calling is unique. Our purpose is bold.

Equipping graduates with the knowledge, skills, and Christ-centered perspective they need to serve as transformational leaders for church and society—that’s no easy task. Fortunately, you’re not alone.

NGU’s eLearning Center exists to elevate your teaching and maximize your impact by providing practical tools, developmental goals, and personalized support. From workshops, tutorials, and individual training, to one-on-one coaching, seminars, and customizable templates, we’re ready to help however you need.

Resources and Training

Explore the Faculty Resources course in Blackboard to access technology workshops, downloadable guides, instructive tutorials, and faculty development seminars.

Course Design

Simplify your course layouts and shells with custom templates you can reuse each semester. Enjoy Quality Matters coaching, expert recommendations for interactive tools, and assistance in selecting/creating course materials and media.

Online Pedagogy

Explore Quality Matters standards and the flipped classroom approach. Learn to construct effective learning objectives and apply Bloom’s Taxonomy. Master the art of adapting your materials and assessments to fit online environments

Individual Coaching

Engage one-on-one help with Blackboard, including training on Blackboard Collaborate Ultra. Receive assistance with course design—plus course review and feedback. Explore customized training within your specific department.

Ready to elevate your impact? We’re here to help.

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