Our instructional design team coordinates and oversees the design and development of online and blended/hybrid courses, in partnership with faculty as course developers. A systematic process is followed in order to design and develop high-quality, engaging learning experiences based on instructional design principles and research related to best practices in teaching.
The specific course development process is shown in the diagram below. There are five milestones in this Phase, including Course Blueprint, Syllabus, Master Shell Development on Blackboard, OSCQR Review, and Course Presentation.
A series of blog posts in this area will focus on high-impact practices of online and blended course design to increase student’s engagement in learning by discussing instructional design frames, instructional design strategies, assessments, content delivery, and more.
TILT's one-day Course Design Institute (CDI) is a series of four short workshops designed to offer faculty who are interested in designing new courses, or redesigning existing ones, concepts, principles and strategies necessary for building courses that are cohesive, effective and engaging. At the end of CDI, faculty will be able to:
1. Explain important course design principles
2. Conduct a learner analysis
3. Write measurable learning objectives
Those who complete CDI receive access to materials for building a course syllabus.
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