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Competencies for Online and Hybrid/Blended Instruction

Last revised: 2/19/2019  by jap

Overview:

What does an instructor need to succeed with an online or hybrid/blended course? The UConn Competencies for Online and Hybrid/Blended Instruction provides twenty-seven competencies to inform and self-assess against.

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Remote In-Person Proctoring for Online Courses

Last revised: 5/31/2018 by DSM. 

Overview

Sometimes even fully online course require in-person proctoring for administering tests and authentication of students’ identities. It is very common for online students to be geographically dispersed regionally, nationally, or even internationally and it is not always practical or possible to travel to one central testing location.  This article provides guidance around permitting alternate proctoring locations as a solution.
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Faculty Resources for Teaching Online at UConn

 

Last modified: 09/04/2018 by dsm.

Overview

This post is a resource for faculty teaching online graduate and certificate programs as well as the various staff and administrators who support these programs. It is intended to provide information and guidance around roles and procedures that will help faculty be most effective in preparing to design, develop and teach online.

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University Modes of Instruction Definitions

Last modified on 10/02/2018 by JAP

Overview:

In 2015, the University Registrar led efforts to develop standard definitions for the terms “online”, “hybrid/blended”, and “in person” as related to modes of delivery at UConn (listed as Instruction Mode in Student Administration).  These terms are now used in Student Administration to distinguish whether student contact hours occur in person, online, or in a combination of the two.

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Tools for Improving Your Online Facilitation

Last revised: 10/02/2018 by JAP.

Overview:

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