Designing Your Online Course (DYOC)

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Designing Your Online Course (DYOC)

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David Goodrich
Designing Your Online Course (DYOC)

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Author :
David Goodrich
Bring your online course to this workshop and get a framework for developing an online course plan. You'll use a framework and explore the QM Rubric to design one module for your online course.

Course Length: Two weeks (April 4th-15th)

Delivery Mode: Online (Asynchronous)

Instruction: Facilitated

Fee (Single Registration): $25 tech fee per enrollment (capped at 20 participants) Cost is being covered through the Center for Teaching and Learning Innovation (CTLI)

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Refer to the Schedule & Checklist for more information on the workshop requirements. Note that the Schedule & Checklist for Independent sessions may vary from the Schedule & Checklist provided here. 

The “Designing Your Online Course” (DYOC) workshop includes an overview of the QM Rubric and provides a framework for participants to design an online course plan. An integral element of the workshop is an exploration of the eight General Standards of the QM Rubric, focusing on learning objectives and overall course alignment. Participants will complete a Course Development Plan. The plan includes all of the essential Specific Review Standards (SRS) with a column for how the participant will meet the SRS in their course and what resources they will need.

Recommended For:

  • Faculty and Instructors who are new to online teaching 

Learning Objectives:

  • Recognize the foundational concepts of Quality Matters.
  • Apply the essential QM Rubric Specific Review Standards to online course design.
  • Discuss the structure to be used for organizing your online course.
  • Create a course plan for developing your online course.
  • Align one module for development.

What Participants Need:

  • A course you plan to develop for online delivery
  • 8 to 10 hours of time per week to spend on achieving the learning objectives