The following are some handy resources related to online course development and teaching The How, Why, and When of Posting Resources in the Online Classroom– article by Errol Craig Sull via Faculty Focus The Online Educator’s Complete Guide to Grading Assignments, Part 1 – article by Errol Craig Sull via Faculty Focus The Online Educator’s Complete Guide to […]
Click the Course Development Toolkit for all the files as a zipped download. Click the individual images to access the toolkit documents one at a time. Need help using these documents with your course? Contact the CIL Instructional Designers.
An Instructional Designer can assist faculty in completing complete the entire process of course design and development from the Analysis through to the Evaluation or they can be asked to do just one or two parts of the process. This is the same no matter the format of the course – online, hybrid or face-to-face. […]
A while back, I was asked to teach my department’s introductory course. It was called “Weather & Climate” and averaged about 30 students per semester. Over time I changed the curriculum to focus more on extreme weather and climate issues, and I retitled the course “Extreme Weather.” Now it averages about 200 students per semester. […]
Guest facilitator Heidi Ash from UNT CLEAR (Center for Learning Enhancement and Redesign) presented a process-based approach to improving online course design for seamless development of an online course that aligns with quality standards and principles of good practice for online learning. Participants were exposed to a course improvement plan based on the Quality Matters […]