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  • A distance ed course could also be constructed from scratch by designing a web site to be a distance education course.Also, while this seminar is based around learning how to construct a distance ed course within a CMS, it does not discount the use of video conferencing techniques as part of a CMS based course. However, implementing video conferencing, and even simple in-house created videos has its problems (poor acting, poor screen control, jump cuts, student inclusion, etc)
  • Might add that there is also the video conference model but we are not discussing that today as it has its own unique characteristics.
  • These are practical objectives for the course designer/teacher. They do not concern themselves with the academic course objectives. That is something else. We use the identified objectives to facilitate academic instruction; to prevent instructor time being wasted in assisting students with CMS design problems.
  • Aaaaaa azentation test

    1. 1. Simplifying Online Course DesignSeptember 21, 2011MAGNA PUBLICATIONS PRESENTS:1
    2. 2. Sponsored by:2
    3. 3. Our presenters:Richard A. Smith, Ph.D.&Caroline M. Crawford, Ed.D.School of EducationUniversity of Houston-ClearLake3
    4. 4. A Few Basics4
    5. 5. Creating A DistanceEducation CourseLet’s assume the use of acourse managementsystem (CMS)– Blackboard– Moodle– Sakai– Etc.5
    6. 6. CMS PurposeProvides the course foundation,skeleton, and scaffolding– It contains the course– Provides for content pages– Audio selections– Video selections6
    7. 7. Online Course DesignerBasic Objectives• Make course easy for students tofollow• Minimize student “request forassistance” email• Keep “teaching time” close tothe time you invest in a f2f course7

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