Welcome to Online Course Development 2015
By Andrea Cook
Created 3 years ago
I thought I would give an interactive syllabus a try for my online development course.
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Slide 1 - *Online Course Design University of Central Missouri Spring 2015
- Instructor: Mrs. Andrea Cook
Slide 2 - Contact Information
- *Instructor: Andrea Cook
- E-mail: AMC23530@ucmo.edu
- Telephone: 777-9311
- Office: Virtual
- Office Hours: 1-3 Mon-Fri
- My preferred mode of contact is email
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
- 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.
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.
Slide 9 - Course Calendar Summary
- Overview of Major Readings & Assignments Due
- Students will introduce themselves on DB and respond to at 3 peers Due 2/8/15
- Outline of Course
- Students will create a one page summary outlining the course they would like to develop. Due 2/15/15
- 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
- Create Syllabus
- Students will create a syllabus for their course. Due 3/1/15
- Online Course Content
- Students will learn how to create online course content Due 3/8/15
- Online Course Content Creation
- Students will build their first module Due 3/15/15
- Online Couse Content Creation
- Students will build their second and third module 3/22/15
- 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
- Final reflection Paper Due 4/5/15