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  • CIAT model for online course and internship design 1. disc
  • CIAT model for online course and internship design 1. disc
  • ILPD Several attempts to develop the programFace-to-Face to Online ProgramSeven Week Course13 courses to be developedInternship/Field Experience ComponentISD Consultation, Course Development, Content CreationProgram Management (Technical)
  • Course Designer, Trainer, Project Manager, Department appointed managerBlackboard Community ResourcesProject documentationManagement ResourceInternship Blackboard CommunityCourse TemplateCourse Design TemplateCourse OverviewIn paragraph format provide a brief description course, content covered and assessment activities.Course VisionIn paragraph format provide a brief description of your vision for your course. Include the visual you have for you course layout and how your course should function. Do not restrict your description or ideas because of perceived limitations. Be Imaginative!Course ObjectivesList your course objectives. It recommended that you include the audience, behavior, condition and degree in each objective. If you are unable to edit or need additional assistance please post what you have at this time.Weekly ContentCreate additional tables until you have entered content for each instructional week. Include the Weekly Topic, Weekly Objectives, Weekly Activities List, Discussion Topic(s)/Questions(s) andNeeded Resources for each week.
  • Template – Syllabus &
  • Template – Syllabus &
  • Create a development schedule Set and abide by deadlines – keep moving forward (work on something else until a decision has been made)Get to know the version 1 and version 2 rule – basically unless the change is dire to the completion of the course save ideas until version 2; else you will experience scope creepForward weekly updates to all stakeholders – this is to document progress or lack of progress and keep everyone informed of both
  • Started community site in Blackboard 8.1 then moved to 9.1Field-experience/Portfolio portion of program is ongoing. Created an area for each course in one site – for discussionsUsed group for “ungraded” discussions and graded through Smart ViewsAll shared content in the Content Management System, linked to the coursesUsed “Basic” portfolio in Blackboard with templates pre-created for each pageCreated self-help documentation for students, mentors and administrators
  • Create an orientation for students to prepare for the online programTechnical Requirements for being successful (Time commitment, program requirements, etc.) Identify academic requirementsNumber of students enrolled in course and cohortDevelopers and teachers of online programs: faculty who want to teach online or SME faculty Provide hands-on activities for faculty to ensure ownership and personal investmentRelease time for course development
  • Using self sustaining models to develop online programs

    1. 1. Using Self Sustaining Models to Develop Online Programs <br />La Tonya Dyer, ISD<br />Audrey Cutler, ISDCenter for Instructional Advancement and Technology<br />Marilyn Nicholas, Faculty<br />Department of Instructional Leadership & Professional Development<br /><br />
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    3. 3. Presentation Objectives<br />Participants will be able to: <br />Use template provided to outline a course of online instruction (for use in a collaborative process with an instructional designer)<br />Discuss several methods for saving time in the online program design process<br />Discuss the CIAT model for online course and internship design <br />
    4. 4. Project Scope<br />Create 12 ILPD Courses within 1 Year<br />Create ILPD Internship/Field Experiences component – ePortfolios and activities<br />Build in the support for faculty & students<br />Blackboard & Webex training<br />
    5. 5. Our Model<br />Service level agreement (Scope, Responsibilities, Deliverables, Maintenance Plan)<br />Roles - Course Designer, Trainer, Project Manager, Department appointed manager, and Faculty<br />Blackboard Community for faculty support<br />Resources, Course Templates, Discussion, Guides<br />Instructional Design Form<br />Course Design Templates (Word, PowerPoint, Blackboard Courses)<br />
    6. 6. CIAT Templates<br />Video Template<br /><br />PowerPoint & Word Templates<br />Instructional Design Template<br />ILPD Course Template<br />ILPD Blackboard Community<br />
    7. 7. CIAT Templates<br />Original Template<br />New Template<br />
    8. 8. Save Time<br />Development schedule<br />Set deadlines<br />Weekly updates for all stakeholders<br />Client guidelines & best practices<br />ISD template completed before meeting<br />Content distribution site<br />Record training sessions<br />Use standard template<br />
    9. 9. Shhhhh!!!! You have to do this as well<br />Understand the faculty opinion about online learning“..behaviors and emotions change, before beliefs” (Fullan, 2007, p. 41)<br />Build Relationships“the keys to successful change is the improvement of relationships” (Fullan, 2007, pg. 4) <br />Address the issues of change – frustration & emotional<br />Empower instructors<br />
    10. 10. From the Instructors Perspective<br />One on One training <br />Reviewing components of what makes a good syllabus<br />Discussion Board Content Vs. Independent/Group Content<br />Creating an interactive community<br />Student autobiography (PowerPoint)<br />Student responses required<br />Blackboard Groups <br />Faculty Workload Issue <br />Student Enrollment<br />
    11. 11. Community Format in<br />
    12. 12. Smart Views<br />
    13. 13. Portfolio Construction<br />Blackboard PortfolioTemplate Pages<br />Personal Reflection<br />Blackboard Content System Files<br />
    14. 14. Portfolio Construction<br />Blackboard PortfolioTemplate Pages<br />Blackboard Content System Files<br />Personal Reflection<br />Blackboard Basic Portfolio<br />
    15. 15. Portfolio Page Templates<br />
    16. 16. Portfolio Page Sample<br />
    17. 17. Lessons Learned<br />Department needs to be fully vested<br />Retreat for faculty to review program requirements and content (keeping in my mind national standards for accreditation) <br />Continuous evaluation of course content<br />Evaluate the technical skill set of students and faculty <br />Create an orientation for students to prepare for the online program<br />Offer continuous training for faculty during the project<br />Provide hands-on activities for faculty to ensure ownership and personal investment<br />Technology changes may dampen progress made<br />
    18. 18. Questions & Resources<br />For handouts and design templates:<br /><br />Questions for presenters:<br /><br />