Blueprint to Shell: Online Course Development for Beginners
Rudy Abbott Field at Jim Case Stadium – Baseball Meeting Room 212, 3:00 – 4:30 p.m.
For the past decade, I've taught and developed online courses with three (four, counting JSU) institutions. At two of these institutions, Purdue Global (formerly Kaplan University-Online) and Concordia University (Nebraska), I underwent extensive training for the sole purpose of developing and implementing college-level online courses. As part of my training, I became certified with Quality Matters, a global network "leading quality assurance in online and innovative digital teaching and learning environment". My presentation on November 20 will break down the lessons learnt from my cumulative experience in online course development, as well as discuss methods to translate face-to-face experiences in an online environments. Most instructors agree that online courses have limitations that do not extend to face-to-face classes, and my presentation explores ways that online courses might enhance a student's course experience.
Faculty Commons, innovative teaching, online instruction
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Educational Methods | Higher Education and Teaching | Online and Distance Education
Springer, Mary, "Blueprint to Shell: Online Course Development for Beginners" (2019). 2019 | Faculty Commons Presentations. 40.