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Example Course Sites and Materials

Course sites

(Note: These require Blackboard login but are open to non-enrolled guests. If you have trouble accessing them, please contact your ODL consultant.)

SPC3210 Contemporary Human Communication (Link opens in new window.)

Introduction: Designing for Online Learning

Designing an Effective Course

Quality online instruction requires effective planning and attention to detail, but the process doesn’t have to be tedious and can even enhance your face-to-face courses. These resources in this section of our website can give you insight on course design that will create the most engaging learning environment for your students.

Step 4: Online Delivery

<- Previous step: Course Production

Once your course site is ready, learn about making it available to students and identify helpful tips for enhancing the experience throughout the semester.

Instruction at FSU: A Guide to Teaching & Learning Practices

Instruction at FSU:
A Guide to Teaching & Learning Practices

This handbook has been designed to help those instructional faculty and graduate teaching assistants who are interested in being more effective teachers. It offers strategies used by experienced instructors and presents instructional methods and techniques following four components of Instructional Design: Course Planning, Lesson Delivery, Student Testing and Grading, and Course Revision and Evaluation.

Faculty and GA Roles in Online Courses

What Are The Roles of a Faculty Member and a GA On an Online Course Development/Teaching Team?

Step 2: Mapping and Designing

Course design process graphic<- Previous step: Online Readiness

Learn what high-quality, effective online instruction entails, map out the contents of your course, and identify the activities and resources you and your students will need, using the resources linked below:

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