As you look ahead to intersession, you may find yourself in the position of having to design an online course from scratch. This section will help you make critical decisions about how to translate your existing face to face course into an interesting and engaging online course.
Read through the comments on this sample syllabus to give you a sense of how you might translate your syllabus for online learning.
This short powerpoint presentation describes the process of moving from a face-to-face syllabus to an online course syllabus. Prepared by Darla McKitrick and Donna Warren at Eastern Illinois University.
Review this document for some ideas for creating rich engagement in your online course.
Instructor presence helps your students feel connected to your course. Want a simple overview? Watch this video created by Quality by Design.
These are some ideas for how to move your assessments online. Do you do something that isn't included on the list? Email firstname.lastname@example.org for a consultation on how you could make it work online.
Review the Assessment and Evaluation section of the Online in a Hurry
Here are a few organizational tips for your Moodle site, including what you should put where.
Review the Getting Started section of the Online in a Hurry
Review the Sharing and Posting section of this course site for more ideas and examples.
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