Design: Planning an Online Course

Wednesday, November 3, 2021
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM

 

To attend the webinar, log-in as a guest at https://us.bbcollab.com/guest/52015b29c1ed48d0b6e67725b09f42c4. This is a Blackboard Collaborate Session.

 

The webinar starts at 10:30 a.m. and we kindly request participants to enter the webinar at least 15 minutes prior to the start time and no later than 10:35 a.m. 

 

Design: Planning an Online Course is a webinar ONLY – please do not come to the CTE office.


Details

Join us for a three-part series of webinars in which you will learn the three Ds of online course instruction: Design, Develop, and Deliver. Whether you're a veteran or new to online teaching, you'll be glad you took an hour to learn the key elements of developing a successful DL course at UofSC.

In the first interactive session, we'll cover how to Design your online course for maximum student learning. With an emphasis on planning your course, this webinar will help you draft an effective syllabus and create measurable learning objectives using Bloom's Taxonomy action verbs. We will also be discussing the key principles for good instruction that lay the foundation for making your online course active, cooperative and relevant.


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Facilitator


Gloria Washington
Instructional Designer
Center for Teaching Excellence


Gloria Washington is an instructional designer at the Center for Teaching Excellence with 22 years of experience in higher education at the University of South Carolina. She is a Blackboard Certified Trainer and a Blackboard Exemplary Course Program Reviewer. Washington completed the Quality Matters’ Applying the QM Rubric and Higher Education Peer Reviewer courses. Prior to coming to CTE, she worked in Teaching and Technology Services (now eLearning Services) and as a Technology Director for the Ted Mimms Foreign Language Learning Center. She serves as Associate Editor for the International Journal of Innovative Teaching and Learning in Higher Education. She is an At-Large Board Member for the Association for Distance Education and Independent Learning (ADEIL). Washington also authors the blog, Pedagogy Before Technology. She holds a Doctor of Education, a Master of Arts in Education and a Master of Business Administration. Her expertise is in the pedagogical use of technology to support teaching and learning. Her instructional design philosophy is “pedagogy first, technology second.”



Aisha Haynes
Assistant Director
Center for Teaching Excellence


Aisha Haynes is the Assistant Director at the UofSC Center for Teaching Excellence. She oversees the CTE’s Instructional Design team. Haynes is a certified Quality Matters Peer and Master Reviewer and has earned Online Teaching certifications from the Online Learning Consortium. She teaches for Palmetto College. She is also Graduate Associate Faculty in the College of Education. Her research interests include: instructional design in online learning environments, online course accessibility, Universal Design for Learning (UDL), and collaboration and engagement in online learning environments. Haynes is the immediate past president for the Association for Distance Education and Independent Learning (ADEIL) and is active on statewide committees related to instructional design and accessibility.