Comparing Courses: Digital Design
As you begin to conceptualize the overall framework of your online course, it can be beneficial to explore real-life courses. Here you are offered the opportunity to review and explore e-learning courses that showcase sound instructional design practices for an online course.
- AHS495: Grand Valley State University
- ETT 510: Jason Rhode, Northern Illinois University
- Intermediate Spanish: University of North Carolina Wilmington
- Internet Media and Programming: Grand Valley State University
- Exemplary Course Tour – General Psychology: Blackboard Exemplary Course Program
- Charles Darwin, Evolution and Tropical Australia MOOC: Charles Darwin University
- Issues in Early Childhood Education: Laura Dinehart and Erika Huezo of Florida International University
- Introduction to Humanities: Sarah Garman and Alexandre Strzyzewski of Miami Dade College
- Physics (K12): Peter Kishpaugh of blendedschools.net
- ACME Human Resource Training: Moodle/Blackboard Open LMS/Blackboard Classroom
View more Catalyst Award winning courses on the Blackboard Community site.
Course Review Rubric
In pursuing the highest possible standards for online education, faculty at South Plains College are encouraged to measure their courses against the four parts of the Course Evaluation Rubric.
Consider the following questions as you reflect upon your experiences and how they will shape your e-learning courses:
- How does the design of these online courses differ from a face-to-face course?
- Which example is your favorite and why?
- Is there anything you would like to replicate in your course?
- What do you like or dislike about this design?
- Do you have any examples that you would like to share? Email it to us at Blackbaord@southplainscollege.edu