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Best Practices for Teaching Online

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Developed in conjunction with Dallas Community College, Elgin Community College, Harper College, Palm Beach State College, Palo Alto College - Alamo Colleges District, Rio Salado College - Maricopa District and Hill College.
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Each of the 5 modules are comprised of 3-5 indicators constructed to ensure quality in online course design.

Modules include:

1. Course Introduction

2. Design and Layout

3. Course Alignment

4. Learner Engagement

5. Universal Design and Accessibility

Learners will: • Recognize attributes of best practices • Express and exchange ideas with peers • Apply the Faculty Checklist to an online course • Construct well designed learning objectives • Reflect and relate best practices to personal development process

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