Foundations of Online/Hybrid Course Development
In this series, we will discuss the basics for developing a course with the online or hybrid designation. Designed to provide a starting point and to meet the requirements stated in the faculty handbook, we will orient you with resources and tools to begin your planning process with a foundation of quality standards. Offered throughout the year in different formats, participation in all components of the series is required.
2013-2014 Sessions (currently scheduled)
|Session 1||Sept 27, 1pm - 4pm(in seat; EC 513)|
|Session 2||Sept 27 - Oct 11(online)|
|Session 3||Oct 11, 1pm - 4pm(in seat; EC 513)|
To Be Announced
|Winter 2014||January / February|
As we will not engage in hands-on technology training during this workshop, participants are expected to have a basic competency with computer usage and Blackboard. Please use the following as a guide and alert the facilitator if you do not meet these competencies so we can plan accordingly.
Your competencies should include:
|Basic computer skills||Blackboard skills|
Want to Register?
Ready to sign-up? Registration for Foundations is handled through the University's Seminar website.
Session 1: in-seat meeting
- Set the foundation for online/hybrid course design and delivery
- Use established quality standards in the process for conceptualizing a full course
Session 2: online (two weeks)
Please expect to engage with online materials and the discussion board. This is an opportunity to "be a student" and gain some insight from that perspective.
- Necessary additions to a syllabus for an online/hybrid course
- Assessment strategies and alternative assessments
- Individualized Units of Content
- Introduction to Accessibility
Session 3: in-seat meeting
This session will include hands-on computer access in a lab.
- Outline and begin to develop Content unit
- Additional Practical Examples
- Resources and follow-up advice
- Optional extended time for light hands-on assistance
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