- Course Design Principles
- Technical Design Standards
- Required Structural Elements
|Student Experience||In-class Work|
|Students can reflect on their learning||Lab type|
|Students can work at their own pace||Collaborative|
|Students take new information & apply it||Discussions|
|The role of the instructor changes||Questions & Answers|
via Dr. Khyati Joshi
Is your course accessible to all students? Is it usable? It is important for everyone to be able to interact with you, others within your course, the course itself, course materials, and course tools.
This document will provide you with a brief overview of:
Tips to make your course accessible/usable
Further exploration resources (online tutorials, accessibility tools, assistive technologies, UD examples, etc.)
Is it okay to put this material in my online course? Check out this presentation to see how well you know copyright.
Instructional Design, Learning Theory, Learning Objectives
The Video Everywhere feature allows you to record a video through your laptop webcam and upload it directly to YouTube.
Blackboard Collaborate is a Webcampus web conferencing tool that you can use to communicate with your students.
To begin using Collaborate you will need an Internet connection and a microphone.
Take a look inside a Collaborate session in this online tutorial created by Blackboard: Collaborate Video Overview for Moderators
Chances are that at some point you will be asked to give a presentation. What makes a good presentation?
Join me in examining presentation design tips and explore some of the tools available to create a great presentation.
Check out these apps for education suggested by Apple.
Establishing a sense of community in an online course is key; here are 10 tips to use as you create a collaborative or group assignment.