Our Instructional Designers will be introducing faculty to a section of the Course Design Rubric each Friday, now through June 12.
This is a great opportunity for:
Faculty moving courses online to get introduced to the design elements of the rubric.
Current online instructors – including those participating in POCR – to learn more about each section and to get their questions answered.
Join Shawn Valcárcel this Friday, May 22, from 1:00-2:00 PM for the first in the series:
Section A: Presenting Your Course Content Online
What are the key characteristics of a well-designed online course? Section A of the OEI’s Course Design Rubric is Content Presentation, which covers course content and navigation, multimedia, and learner support; elements vital to student success and the overall learner experience. Join us as we learn effective ways to apply these elements to quality course design.
The Digital Design Studio at West LA College is a faculty resource center created to facilitate the development, production and distribution of educational media content. We provide faculty with the technical and creative support necessary to expand new media and technology usage in the traditional classroom and digital environment. The Digital Design Studio serves as a centralized knowledge base to facilitate campus collaboration, to provide access to digital tools and to innovate practices for teaching and learning with technology.
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