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  • 1. COHESIVE STRUCTUREAND DESIGN FORONLINE COURSESreTHINK Provost Challenge
  • 2. Course Information ModuleEach Courseshouldcontain amodule thatgoes overthe neededinformationto succeedin thecourse.Create thismodule as ifit were alesson andpresent theobjectives.
  • 3. Introduce Students to OnlineLearningEnsurestudentsknow whattechnologythey willrequire.
  • 4. Instructor IntroductionLet thestudentsknow whoyou are andthat you willbe presentwith them intheir onlineclassroom.
  • 5. SyllabusHave a welllaid out anddesignedcoursesyllabus willengagestudents toread.
  • 6. ScheduleLink allpossibleassignments, readings,videos, etc.on yourcourseschedule.This willengagethem to takea peek as towhat is instore forthem.
  • 7. Quiz on Course InformationMinimize thenumber ofstudentswho emailyou withquestionsthat are onthe onlinelearningintroduction,syllabus,andschedule.Give them aQuiz!
  • 8. SummarizeSummarizewhat thestudentsshould nowbe able to doafter modulecompletion.This letsthem knowwhat theyneed tounderstandbeforeprogressing.
  • 9. Core ContentWeekly Modules
  • 10. Weekly ObjectivesProvide anoutline ofwhat thestudentsmustaccomplishduring theweek.
  • 11. LectureNot onlyprovide anoverview ofthe material,but provide arecordedlecturepresentationas well.Here, lectureoutlines areprovided forthosestudentswanting totake notes onthe lectures.
  • 12. Provide a variety of activitiesQuizzes,Essays,Discussionall providemethods forengagingyourstudents inthe weeklymaterial.
  • 13. Integrating in D2LThere aremanypossibilitiesforinstructors toengage theirstudentsonlinethroughintegration ofeTextbooks,assignmentvariety, andpublisherlearningenvironments.
  • 14. Embed articles with CourseTemplateThis will addto thecohesivenature ofOnlineClassroomand keepstudent in-class ratherthan beingredirected todifferentwebsites.
  • 15. Conclusion The attention span of students is short. They are used to well-designed, organized, graphic rich, and video rich content. Our online classrooms need to mimic this to reduce boredom and disinterest in the material. Creation of a Virtual PSU via our LMS will take creativity. Need course development tools that leads the way for the future of online learning.