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Take a look at the latest quick reads written or curated by online teaching and learning experts at Academic Partnerships.

Guidance

Design Strategies for Large Courses

Category Key: BP = General best practice for all courses LC = Proactive strategy for large courses and growth; best to incorporate early in course

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Resource News

Resource News – October 21, 2022

Conferences Educause 2022 Annual Conference – Educause – October 25-28 With the best presenters, the best content, and the best networking, the premier higher ed

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Guidance

Designing Group Work

Group work can be very challenging for faculty and students, but with proper planning it can increase quality student interaction and participation in your course.

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Guidance

Creating Authentic Assessments

What Are Authentic Assessments? Authentic assessments are cognitively complex, performance-based evaluations that focus the context of learning on real-life situations similar to those found in

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Resource News

Resource News – October 4, 2022

Conferences Educause 2022 Annual Conference – Educause – October 25-28 With the best presenters, the best content, and the best networking, the premier higher ed

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Guidance

Scaffolding Assessments

As you develop or redevelop an online course, you may notice that some of your intended assessments are not a good fit. Perhaps they require

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Guidance

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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