Course Design Resources

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Accessibility

Assessments & Assignments

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Quick Tips for Online Assessments

As you design the content of your course, you’ll think a lot about assessment methods. Online assessments and assignments should take into consideration the their online audience, which is typically a population of adult learners.

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Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Belonging (DEIB)

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Voice and Tone Checklist for Your Online Course

Each page in your online course and every piece of content you create for your students is a chance for you to set the tone and climate, support discourse, and communicate your expectations. These pages and pieces of content represent “you” to your students, and they will look to these pages to help keep them engaged and encouraged.

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Educational Technology

Facilitation

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Quality Feedback

What is Quality Feedback? Feedback is key for student learning and must be prompt and meaningful so to correct issues and reinforce strengths (Ericsson, Krampe,

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Instructional Design

One-to-One Objective Alignment

Module Objectives allow students to build their understanding and mastery, in a scaffolded manner, toward the broader-level Course Objectives. Course Objectives sit at the higher

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Objectives

One-to-One Objective Alignment

Module Objectives allow students to build their understanding and mastery, in a scaffolded manner, toward the broader-level Course Objectives. Course Objectives sit at the higher

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Open Educational Resources (OER)

Quality Matters

How to Build a Rubric

Before developing your rubric, consider the assessment you are creating the rubric for. Ask yourself:  Is my assessment developed completely? What are the course and

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