The onset of the current pandemic highlighted the importance of implementing foundational instructional design practices to ensure positive and meaningful learning experiences for online students. Prior to teaching online, building and designing an online course requires meticulous planning and intentional design considerations.
Join the eLearning Instructional Design team this fall for a new faculty development series focused on Building, Designing, and Delivering Your Online Course. We’ll host sessions to ensure your students are provided with easy navigation along with aligned activities and instructional materials that meet intended learning outcomes.
Be sure to check out sessions offered throughout the fall semester. Register today for the entire series or individual sessions and get Back to the Basics of Online Course Design!
|Designing | Sept 28, Nov 2 | Register|
|11am||Course Mapping and Outlining Your Course – Aligning Learning Outcomes with Instructional Materials, Course Activities and Assessments|
|1pm||Introduction to Quality Assurance, Rubrics, and Templates|
|Building | Sep 29, Nov 3 | Register|
|11am||Mastering the Quality Assurance Course Template|
|1pm||Technology Tools to Create Various Types of Content (multimedia – videos, presentations, lessons, discussions, etc)|
|2pm||Course Mapping to Online Course – Build unit content based on your original course map. (Introduce UDL, Inclusivity, and Accessibility and Technology Tools)|
|Delivering | Sept 30, Nov 4 | Register|
|11am||Creating a Presence in Your Online Course (Regular and Substantive Interaction)|
|1pm||Continuous Effective Facilitation in Your Online Course (Evaluation and Continuous Improvement|