Welcome to Online Course Development 2015

I thought I would give an interactive syllabus a try for my online development course.

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Welcome to Online Course Development 2015

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I thought I would give an interactive syllabus a try for my online development course.
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  1. *Online Course Design University of Central Missouri Spring 2015

    Slide 1 - *Online Course Design University of Central Missouri Spring 2015

    • Instructor: Mrs. Andrea Cook
  2. Contact Information

    Slide 2 - Contact Information

    • *Instructor: Andrea Cook
    • E-mail: AMC23530@ucmo.edu
    • Telephone: 777-9311
    • Office: Virtual
    • Office Hours: 1-3 Mon-Fri
    • COMMUNICATION
    • My preferred mode of contact is email
  3. Class Information

    Slide 3 - Class Information

    • *CLASS MEETING TIMES
    • This course is entirely online and can be accessed at www.ucmo.blackboard.com
    • *DESCRIPTION OF THE COURSE This course was created to give the student the framework on how to build an online class from beginning to end.
  4. OBJECTIVES OF THE COURSE

    Slide 4 - OBJECTIVES OF THE COURSE

    • Upon the completion of this course the student will be able to:
    • 1.Create a syllabus for an online course.
    • 2.Build modules in an online course.
    • 3.Create learning activities for an online course
    • 4.When and how to give feedback to online students.
    • 5.Learn to market their class to schools and or training facilities.
  5. STRUCTURE OF THE COURSE / STUDENT RESPONSIBILITIES

    Slide 5 - STRUCTURE OF THE COURSE / STUDENT RESPONSIBILITIES

    • Each student will create an online class via Blackboard. All coursework for this class will be done in Blackboard. If you are not familiar with Blackboard, I suggest you take some time before the class starts to become familiar with the system or for additional assistance with Blackboard, visit http://www.ucmo.edu/ced/syllabus/tech.cfm There will be weekly assignments due by 11:59 PM each Sunday night. Initial post for discussion post will be due on Thursday by 11:59 to promote a healthy asynchronous conversation. One form of synchronous communication will be done in small groups.
  6. Technology

    Slide 6 - Technology

    • Students will need a web browser with Internet access, Adobe Reader, Flash, and occasionally other plug-ins when visiting web sites. I suggest using Google applications for documents and spreadsheets because they automatically save and you can access them from any computer or smart phone.
  7. Evaluation of this Course

    Slide 7 - Evaluation of this Course

    • 100-90% = A 89-80% = B 79-70% =C 69-60%=D 59% and below=F
    • Students will have one week to turn in any late work with a deduction of one letter grade. I do understand that life happens so please contact me if you find yourself behind.
    • *ADA
    • Students with documented disabilities who are seeking academic accommodations should contact the Office of Accessibility Services
    • Elliott Union 222Warrensburg, MO 64093 Phone: 660.543.4421
    • TEXTBOOKS FOR THE COURSE
    • There is no textbook for this course.
  8. Assignment Descriptions

    Slide 8 - Assignment Descriptions

    • Introductions- Let’s break the ice and get to know each other. Name, where are you from, and why you are taking this course.
    • Outline of Course-Decide on the course you would like to build. I have known students to get positions from their final project in this course. Take this very seriously.
    • Syllabus Research-Students will research different types of syllabus to see which fits them their person best.
    • Create Syllabus -Students will create their own syllabus for their online class creation.
    • Online Course Content-Students will learn how to identify and create their own course content.
    • Module Building- Students will build three learning modules from the course content.
    • Peer Feedback- At least one peer will become a student of your course and provide feedback.
    • Reflection Paper- Two Page reflection paper on the semester.
  9. Course Calendar Summary

    Slide 9 - Course Calendar Summary

    • Week
    • Topics
    • Overview of Major Readings & Assignments Due
    • 1
    • Introductions
    • Students will introduce themselves on DB and respond to at 3 peers Due 2/8/15
    • 2
    • Outline of Course
    • Students will create a one page summary outlining the course they would like to develop. Due 2/15/15
    • 3
    • Syllabus Research
    • Students will research different syllabus online. Students will discuss the type of class they would like to create and give feedback to at least 3 peers via DB. Due 2/22/15
    • 4
    • Create Syllabus
    • Students will create a syllabus for their course. Due 3/1/15
    • 5
    • Online Course Content
    • Students will learn how to create online course content Due 3/8/15
    • 6
    • Online Course Content Creation
    • Students will build their first module Due 3/15/15
    • 7
    • Online Couse Content Creation
    • Students will build their second and third module 3/22/15
    • 8
    • Peer Feedback
    • Student will be a student in one of their peer’s course and provide feedback on their course design. Due 3/29/15
    • 9
    • Reflection
    • Final reflection Paper Due 4/5/15