The Teaching Learning Cycle

[Adapted from: Assessing Student Learning by L. Suskie]

Registration is now open for OL 2900: Assessment of Online Learners! This 4 week course is designed to help faculty effectively assess their online learners. The course will address topics such as what assessment is, principles of good practice for assessing student learning, varying assessment strategies, developing rubrics, using student evaluation data and so much more! To learn more about this course, and to register, visit our course catalog.

The course begins February 12 and registration will close 1 week prior. Participation is limited.

UPDATE: Registration is now closed for this course. The next offering will be for May 16, 2016. We will be posting an announcement when that course section becomes available for registration 

OL 4000: Online Course Design is intended to assist participants in the design and development of an online course that is authored and delivered in a face-to-face format. The assumption is that an already existing course needs to be transitioned to the online learning environment. OL 4000 will cover a wide variety of topics that will support you in the transitioning of your face-to-face course to the online environment. Topics that will be covered include instructional models as the foundation for course design, online assessments, copyright issues, technology tools to promote student engagement, etc. It is a four-week learning experience taught via ANGEL (World Campus template) that culminates in the creation of detailed course outline, a syllabus, and an assessment plan based on course objectives. This course requires that you actively engage in a supportive online community through online discussions and peer feedback on course deliverables. The course begins Monday, January 25, 2016 and will be facilitated by Paula Bigatel.

The course is limited to 30 participants so please register soon as this course typically fills to capacity quickly.

Register here! Please select “[1/25/16 – 2/22/16] OL 4000: Online Course Design” from the drop down list.