Designing an online course shares many of the same elements and processes that go into designing a traditional face-to-face course, however the online environment brings a unique set of challenges that require special attention and a different approach.
Many institutions are realizing that the development and delivery of online courses is an increasingly complicated process, requiring both a specialized pedagogy and a technological expertise. Whether you’re developing a new online course from scratch, or updating one that’s starting to show its age, this report will give you new ideas to consider.
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This free report contains the following articles:
- The Online Course Test-Drive
- Seven Things to Consider Before Developing Your Online Course
- Building Course Quality Systematically
- Special Considerations When Drafting an Online Course Syllabus
- Supporting Excellence in Online Teaching and Learning
- Top Online Course Design Mistakes
- Who Ya Gonna Call When a Course Needs Help?
- Universal Design in Online Courses: Beyond Disabilities
- Improving the Instructional Designer-Faculty Relationship
- Is There Too Much Interaction in Your Courses?