Curriculum

Universal Design: 3 Principles for Building an Online Course

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    Universal Design: 3 Principles for Building an Online Course

Create a Classroom Accessible to All Students
Online learning opens doors for students who are going back to school, or those who are simply looking for a change from the […]

Connect 2013: Can Smartphones, Tablets, and Apps Speed Dial Us Into Improving Teaching and Learning?

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    Connect 2013: Can Smartphones, Tablets, and Apps Speed Dial Us Into Improving Teaching and Learning?

Presented by
Dr. Robbie K. Melton, Associate Vice Chancellor of Mobilization and Emerging Technology, Tennessee Board of Regents
This presentation will highlight the impact of mobile devices (smartphones, tablets, game consoles, […]

Academic Integrity and Student Authentication in Online Learning

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    Academic Integrity and Student Authentication in Online Learning

Safeguard Your Online Programs with Student Authentication
Academic integrity is a complex issue that has significant repercussions on the reputation of an institution. While traditional classroom settings also grapple with […]

Best Practices in Online Faculty Development

When college or university leaders make the decision to offer online programs, they have the opportunity to create a new faculty culture and a community of online scholars. To […]

Assessment for Continuous Improvement

Learn How Assessing Performance Improves Results
A robust online program needs students who feel successful and achieve their academic goals. At the same time, institutions need interdepartmental buy-in and a […]

Connect 2012: Using Assessment of Course Outcomes to Improve Student Achievement

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    Connect 2012: Using Assessment of Course Outcomes to Improve Student Achievement

Presented by
Anne Marie Hodges, Notre Dame College
Karlene Sanborn, Friends University
Dr. Dave Clinefelter and Matt Cobb, The Learning House, Inc.
Institutions can greatly improve their online courses by measuring how effectively […]

Connect 2012: Perspectives on Quality in Online Education

Presented by
Dr. Bruce Gillies and Cindy Grether, California Lutheran University
Traditional courses have long focused on tools and techniques for the presentation of content. A major drawback with designing for […]

Connect 2012: Assessing the Quality of Online Instruction Using Observations and Student Surveys

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    Connect 2012: Assessing the Quality of Online Instruction Using Observations and Student Surveys

Presented by
Dr. David Clinefelter and Mimi O’Malley, The Learning House, Inc.
Learn more about the newly developed Learning House online instruction rubric. You can use this rubric—a synthesis of best […]

Connect 2012: Creating and Implementing Master Course Philosophies

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    Connect 2012: Creating and Implementing Master Course Philosophies

Presented by
Anne Marie Hodges, Notre Dame College
Judy Marcum, Midway College
With the growth of your online programs, courses and sections, your institution should consider taking a master course approach to […]

Connect 2012: Building a Developmental Education Program

Presented by
Krysia Lazarewicz, The Learning House, Inc.
Nontraditional students may start or return to a degree after many years away from school, and they need to develop or refresh the […]