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Preparing to Teach at a Distance with Course Development

Ended May 1, 2020
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Full course description

Term: Spring 2020

Date: January 17th - April 26th, 2020

Time & Location: Online

In Person Opening Workshop: Thursday, January 17th, 9:00am - 11:00am in Torg 1120  

Instructors: Daron Williams, Larry Cox, Eunice Ofori, Douglas Asante, Kizito Mukuni, Matthew Louvet

Presented By: Technology Enhanced Learning & Online Services (TLOS) & Learning Experience Design (LED)

Zoom: 362-566-3140


This comprehensive course spans twelve weeks beginning with an in-person workshop and culminating with a fully developed course that undergoes a quality assurance review.  Faculty developing these courses are invited to present them in a showcase during the next academic year.   In this experience, faculty participate in a cohort approach to course development that includes feedback and insight from fellow faculty along with weekly meetings with an instructional designer and access to support and services for content, learning activity and assessment development.


Faculty participants will start with a specific course to be developed for distance learning as approved by their program and/or Department.  Faculty are guided through the process of designing and developing interactive and engaging distance learning courses that meet quality assurance standards as provided by Quality Matters ® Higher Education Rubric.


Available by Zoom.  Available in the National Capital Region (NCR)