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Empowering educators everywhere with expert online learning programs.

OLC workshops enable colleagues worldwide to collaborate cost-effectively with peers and experts via synchronous and asynchronous methods for effective and engaging learning.  We are committed to modeling best practices in online learning in all of our workshops. Toward that end, our workshops utilize numerous proven teaching strategies and learning activities that will spark creative ideas for your own teaching environment.  

Check out the OLC Institute Schedule where you can:

  • Search for a workshop by topic, name, or date.

  • Save money with OLC Workshop Pass. Purchase multiple seats at a discount for a group of instructors, administrators, and instructional designers at your institution.

  • OLC Professional Members save $100 on OLC workshops. Become a member today! 

  • Take a self-paced workshop. The OLC Institute continues to add more self-paced choices, so check back often!


"As a mother of a disabled son who graduated from college, I wish more teachers took the time to complete a course like this.  I have a lot of exposure, experience and passion for this topic and I still learned a lot from this introductory course.  I served as the ""reader"" for most of my son's college courses. In numerous classes, I could not read the test questions to him in time for him to complete online tests and quizzes within the time and one-half time frame he was allowed as part of his accommodations. One teacher set the quiz to 3 seconds per question. This course covers the basics for instances like that one and so much more. It's a great overview of Accessibility Issues and provides comprehensive resources that can be used in the future as well. I highly recommend this course as the place to start when designing online courses to increase accessibility for students of all types and abilities."

Anita Sego, Parent & Assistant Professor University of Central Arkansas (ADA Self-paced Workshop)