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LEARNING MODULE: DEVELOPING ONLINE COURSES (UofC)


What is it?

This online module by the Taylor Institute for Teaching and Learning provides guidance to putting a course online using course design and teaching online best practices.

Who is it for?

Faculty at the University of Calgary.

What can it do?

Results of completing the module:
  • Orient yourself to online teaching and learning
  • Consider multiple ways to foster and support online student engagement
  • Select content, activities and assessments that are aligned to your course learning outcome
  • Plan your online course and start building the course in D2L

Format: 6 open-access lessons
Time Commitment: 1.5-3 hours
Pace: Learner-led
Level: Introductory

Lessons:
  1. Introduction to Online Learning
  2. Foster an Inclusive and Accessible Learning Environment
  3. Developing Online Course Learning Outcomes
  4. Designing Online learning Activties and Assessments
  5. Communicating with Students
  6. Structuring Courses Content

Authors:
  • Patrick Kelly
  • Lin Yu
  • Haboun Bair


Is it University approved?

These resources are provided by the Taylor Institute for Teaching and Learning at the University of Calgary.