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Resources for Teaching Online

Designing Your Online Course

Whether it's the first time you've taught online or you're a seasoned pro, the goal is to create an interactive, well-designed course with clear outcomes. The following resources will help you construct learning objectives that ensure your students can meet your expectations while engaging with content that inspires them to learn. 

Learning Objectives

Active Learning

Scaffolding Online Teaching

Agile Course Design: A Primer

Ebooks and articles available online through the Library:

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Baldwin, S. J., & Ching, Y. (2019). An Online Course Design Checklist: Development and Users' Perceptions. Journal of Computing In Higher Education, 31(1), 156 - 172.
 
Baldwin, S. J., Ching, Y., & Friesen, N. (2018). Online Course Design and Development Among College and University Instructors: An Analysis Using Grounded Theory. Online Learning, 22(2), 157 - 171.
 
 
Juwah, C. (2006). Interactions in Online Education: Implications for Theory and Practice. London, New York: Routledge.
Ko, S. S., & Rossen, S. (2017). Teaching Online: A Practical Guide (Fourth ed.). London: Routledge.
 
Kumar, S., Martin, F., Budhrani, K., & Ritzhaupt, A. (2019). Award-Winning Faculty Online Teaching Practices: Elements of Award-Winning CoursesOnline Learning, 23(4), 160 - 180.
 
Settles, B., & Synthesis Collection Four (2011). Active Learning. San Rafael: Morgan & Claypool Publishers.
 
Schneider, M. C., & Johnson, R. L. (2019). Using Formative Assessment to Support Student Learning Objectives. New York, NY, Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge.
 
Vai, M., & Sosulski, K. (2016). Essentials of Online Course Design: A Standards-Based Guide(Second ed.). New York: Routledge.