Last revised: 10/13/2020 by dtm.
When designing an online course, it is important to encourage students to connect with peers to discuss content and concepts. According to the Quality Matters Standards for Online and Blended Courses, learning activities must provide opportunities for interaction that support active learning. (QM 5.2). This article will review some alternatives to traditional text-based asynchronous discussion forums in online courses.
Last revised: 9/30/2019 by ess.
Use Student Preview in HuskyCT to ensure your course looks and acts exactly the way you intend. Continue reading
Last revised: 02/05/2018 by dsm.
This article discusses FREE Open Educational Resources (OERs), why they are important, and how faculty can find and use OERs in their online and face to face classrooms.
Last revised: 5/1/2018 by ess.
This article explains rubrics, types of rubrics, outlines how rubrics may benefit both faculty and students, and provides a few HuskyCT example rubrics. Continue reading
Last revised: 10/02/2018 by JAP
So you have already designed and developed your online or blended course and are ready to teach This article provides practical tools to help improve online course facilitation by considering four major instructor roles during four critical course time frames. Continue reading