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OL Course production - Guidelines Benchmarks 1 and 2
 

OL Course production - Guidelines Benchmarks 1 and 2

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Produced by CETL, 2007

Produced by CETL, 2007

Authors:
Alvaro Galvis, in collaboration with Carolyn Anderson

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    • WINSTON-SALEM STATE UNIVERSITY WSSU: Course name Use this spreadsheet as a strutural guide for two things: Course number 1. The development or revision of your course syllabus. Include e with grey color y column D, from rows 14 to 34. Yes No NA CS ONLINE COURSE COMPONENT Course shell available 2. The creation of your course structure in Blackboard. Take into of the groups highlighted in orange color. Customized course menu Customized course design Customized managing tools Customized settings WSSU: Read me first Contact Nancy Hope (x 2053) to create a course shell. Explains how the course is organized and how to use the course materials Janice M Smith (x 2457) to learn about course authoring Contact Course description Blackboard Rationale states how the course fits into the overall paradigm of the program Course description in WSSU catalog is included Prerequisits (if any) are clearly stated General objectives declare the intention of the course Specific objectives state learning outcomes. Should be measurable and should reflect the final competences that the course should develop Professional standards (if applicable) should be stated and co-related with course objectives Academic calendar should state individual and/or group learning activities on a weekly basis. Academic calendar should state assessment/evaluation activities on a weekly basis Academic calendar should state learning resources on a weekly basis, combining onsite and online resources as needed Rules of engagement in this course state the different aspects of online participation that will be taken into consideration, e.g., participation, netiquette, Evaluation policy states formative evaluation activities and their corresponding weight in the final score Evaluation policy states summative evaluation activities and their corresponding weight in the final score Online testing rules (if applicable) state how quizes and exams will be offered, what to do with power interruptions or technology problems. If attempts should to be cleared, how many and under what circumstances Technology requirements should be stated for course deliverables Grading policy states how to get A, B, C, D, F, I Honor code / academic integrity policy should be explicit. See WSSU catalog, policy and regulations p.30, concerning cheating, plagiarism, fabrication, academic dishonesty Dissability information states how to request reasonable accomodation if needed Facilitators Each one has name, email, work phone, office location, office hours (face-to-face or online), and a close-up picture Each one (if applicable) has a web site Each one shares how s/he will be involved in course activities, what relevant professional experience s/he brings in, how s/he wants to be contacted, the amount of time that the student can lapse before the student can expect a response, and any other personal information s/he want to share NA = Not applicable CS = Course syllabus
    • WINSTON-SALEM STATE UNIVERSITY WSSU: Course name Use this spreadsheet as a strutural guide for two things: Course number 1. The development or revision of your course syllabus. Include e with grey color y column D, from rows 14 to 34. Yes No NA CS ONLINE COURSE COMPONENT Announcements 2. The creation of your course structure in Blackboard. Take into of the groups highlighted in orange color. Each week has basic announcement information (subject, short message, dates to show the announcement) Messages WSSU: This feature should be part of the menu if students and instructor will communicate in this way create a course shell. Contact Nancy Hope (x 2053) to Communications Contact Janice M Smith (x 2457) to learn about course authoring Options in this feature should be customized and only include those that will be in use Blackboard Tools Options in this feature should be customized and only include those that will be in use Assignments Each week has a folder with the corresponding dates, short explanation, and activation options programmed according to rules Discussion board Permanent interaction spaces (social, technical) have a forum, description and settings defined Weekly discussion spaces have a forum, description and settings defined Course Blog A course blog has been configured and created if students are required to post and share in a collaborative journal Resources Enlisted online resources should be enough to support learning activities proposed There is a folder for each type of resources or for each group of activities. Be sure that enlisted online resources will be enough to support learning activities proposed Work groups This feature should be part of the menu if students will have private or group forum spaces NA = Not applicable CS = Course syllabus
    • strutural guide for two things: vision of your course syllabus. Include each of the elements D, from rows 14 to 34. ourse structure in Blackboard. Take into consideraction each in orange color. 2053) to create a course shell. (x 2457) to learn about course authoring in NA = Not applicable CS = Course syllabus
    • strutural guide for two things: vision of your course syllabus. Include each of the elements D, from rows 14 to 34. ourse structure in Blackboard. Take into consideraction each in orange color. 2053) to create a course shell. (x 2457) to learn about course authoring in NA = Not applicable CS = Course syllabus
    • Academic calendar and resources WINSTON-SALEM STATE UNIVERSITY Course name Course number Week of the course Course structure link Weekly activities Educational resources Type: Unit # / Specific A-active, Type Status Number Topic Activity description Resource name / URL name objectives I-interactive, (Ex,Ax,Ix) (Sx) X-expositive Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 WSSU: Use this spreasheet to make explicit all the activities and resources that you will need to include in your online course. Be sure that they are enough to Week 5 help your students achieve their weekly goals in your online course. READ THIS COMMENT Add extra rows to include one activity per line. Week 6 When you complete this spreadsheet you should do two things: Week 7 1. Doublecheck the weekly agenda defined in your course syllabus, verifying that it reflects what you have defined here. Week 8 2. Make a production plan that includes all the S2 and S3 resources that you have identified. Look at your course production contract to be sure that you Week 9 can finish production on time. Week 10 Week 11 Week 12 Week 13 Week 14 Week 15 Week 16
    • Type of weekly activities A - Active Students build knowledge exploring and reflecting on learning objects that behave as organisms I - Interactive Students build knowledge in collaboration with other people that care about shared learning objects X - eXpositive Students build knowledge by appropriation of ideas or mental models proposed by others Status S1. Available, ready to use S2. To be updated / permissions S3. To be produced Educational resources Expositive Active Interactive E1. Text book A1. Digital Tool I1. group work E2. Periodicals A2. Physical tool I2. email / emessage E3. Audiotape A3. Manipulatives I3. Instant messaging E4. Videotape A4. Probes I4. text discussion forum E5. Audiocast A5. Modelling systems I5. audio discussion forum E6. Videocast A6. Simulation systems I6. blog posting E7. Power point slides A7. Expert systems I7. wiki using E8. Demo A8. Drill and practice I8. Audio conferencing E9. Still images A9. Tutorials I9. Video conferencing E10. Lecture A10. Search engines I10. Collaboration tool E11. Papers E12. Case studies