Designing and managing an online course presents a unique set of challenges for instructors who strive to make their online courses as engaging and interactive as their face-to-face courses. The first session in this series will focus on the design aspects of creating an online course. Participants will
Discuss the importance of learning objectives and how to connect objectives to course content.
Structure course content and assignments to help students meet learning objectives
Develop a plan for managing access to and rollout of course content.
Recognize non-traditional student needs and generate strategies to address them.
Identify issues of copyright regarding online content.
Participants are strongly encouraged to attend both workshops, though participation in the first session is not required for participation in the second.
To view the second workshop in this series, click here.
Registration is required, and seating is limited. Registration will open on this page on January 13, 2015.
Presenters: Bryn Lutes, Ph.D., Assistant Director, The Teaching Center and The Liberman Fellows
This workshop is part of the Professional Development Workshop Series, co-sponsored by the Graduate Student Senate.
Participating in advanced-level workshops for graduate students does not satisfy departmental requirements to attend Teaching Center workshops. The departmental requirements are satisfied by attendance at a specified number of introductory-level TA-Training workshops.