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Have a question about how to enhance your students' learning experiences by incorporating educational technology into your courses?
If so, contact ITS to discuss your ideas. We can provide assistance with:
Instructional Design Resources
Instructor's Guide to Online Course Design and Facilitation [PDF]
Course Design Checklist [PDF]
Course Syllabus Checklist [PDF]
Sample Welcome Email [Word]
Sample Welcome in Course Announcements [PDF]
Before Course Starts Checklist [PDF]
Sample SyllabiThese sample syllabi are provided to model
accessibly designed documents, and to demonstrate how to meet many QM
Standards within a syllabus. Feel free to use these as a guides while
you prepare your own syllabi.
Example 1: Latin 210 Syllabus [PDF] [Word]This example syllabus provides ideas for information and sample verbiage to use in your syllabus.
Example 2: Latin 210 Syllabus [Word]This
example syllabus provides sample information, and denotes what QM
Standards are met, or are contributed toward, in each section.
Example 3: Editable Syllabus Template [Word]This
example uses the same headings and sections provided in examples 1 and
2, but provides tips on items to include in those sections.
Example 4: Editable Syllabus Template - [fillable Word form]This example uses the same headings and sections as examples 1 and 2, and provides space for you to enter your own verbiage.
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Want to take your online course to the next level? Contact ITS to schedule a consultation to discuss how you can use the Quality Matters rubric to enhance your online courses.
Use the resources below if you wish to conduct an end of semester course evaluation by your students.
Please consult with your department leadership for guidance on the use and administration of course evaluations.
Log into the Online Course Evaluation form to access and complete an end of semester evaluation of your courses. Use your Star ID and password to log in. Note: Not all instructors use this form for course evaluations. Your instructor will inform you where to complete an evaluation, if available.
ITS suggests using Respondus to import test banks and questions in Microsoft Word format into your online courses. Faculty who use a PC-based computer can obtain Respondus for use on their own computer. Respondus is not available to Macintosh users.
Please contact ITS for assistance on uploading your quizzes to your courses. Allow a minimum of 48 hours for your request.
Issue 1, Jan 2016Issue 2, April 2016 Issue 3, August 2016 Issue 4, January 2017
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End of Semester Checklist