Instructional Technology and Course Design for Higher Education (Independent Study)

Content
1 module

Rating

Instructor
Brandy Bixler

Released
26 May 2021

Price
Free

Description

This online course is designed for community college educators and trainers who want to facilitate an online learning and/or blended learning course.  This course introduces participants to online course design methods, along with ideas for instructional technology integration.  There will be an emphasis on research-based practices for online course design and student engagement. This course also outlines methods to evaluate, select, and implement appropriate technology in an instructional setting.

Objectives

Outcomes

  • Explore emerging technology and various types of media that support instruction.
  • Evaluate technology software and hardware for content, format, ease of operation, and design.
  • Develop instructional strategies to assist and mentor students using current available educational technology.
  • Design and structure effective online course materials, instructional activities, and assessments that meet course review guidelines (QM, SUNY, etc.).
  • Shape, manage, and sustain student interaction and engagement in an online environment.
  • Engage in personal reflection and evaluation.

Certificate

By completing/passing this course, you will attain the certificate Teacher Quality Certificate

Learning Credits

Hour
4.0
HRS
4.0
1.
Instructional Technology & Online Course Design for Community College Educators (Independent)
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