The 10-week course is 100% online and will be held in Canvas. Participants should plan for a 3-5 hour time commitment per week.
2020 Summer Session: June 1 – August 10
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The Designed Online program is open to anyone who teaches at Mizzou and who has the responsibility to create a new or redesigned online course for delivery in an upcoming semester.
This course is facilitated by instructional designers from Course Design and Technology who will guide you through creating your own online course. Participants must come to the program with a course already identified for designing in an online format.
Your facilitator will lead you step by step through the thought processes, exercises, and effective practice involved with designing a quality online course, and along the way, will introduce and address common misconceptions about learning and teaching online.
The course is heavy on application as you actively apply the concepts taught each week into your own course and submit on a regular basis for review and feedback.
Through projects, reflections, and discussions as a class and in groups, facilitators will provide personalized feedback and instructional design advice, and share research-based best practices.
This is a small cohort-based program. At the conclusion of the program, you will have an online course ready to be assessed for meeting the standards of the Quality Matters online course quality rubric.
The course will be run as a pilot during the first semester. As such, we’ll be requesting your feedback for improving the experience.
As you engage in this course, you will:
Participants should plan for an average 3-5 hour time commitment per week. Weeks 7-10 will require additional out-of-class time to build your course in Canvas.
Topics will be:
There is no stipend or award associated with participation in Designed Online.