CITL presents these “Online Course-in-a-Box” resources to faculty and instructors who are tasked with developing their own online course with minimal campus support. Online Course-in-a-Box includes online education best practices and the research that supports those best practices, along with templates and other helpful guides.
The Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning offers this very useful set of resources to anyone tasked with creating an online class. Don’t miss it!
After a review of the literature, twenty-eight evaluation instruments currently used to design and review online courses in higher education institutions were collected and divided into categories, based on geographical reach and the type of institution for which they were developed. This study investigates how evaluation instruments used in higher education assess the Seven Principles for Good Practice in Undergraduate Education, and what other items are addressed in the evaluation of courses
This is a research paper comparing 28 different evaluation instruments for assessing online courses.
Adjunct Faculty – Early Childhood Education in with Waubonsee Community College. Apply Today.
Love of children’s literature and online teaching skills will help you land this job.
ADJUNCT FACULTY, Real Estate – Spring 2018 in with College of DuPage. Apply Today.
If you have an illinois real estate license and teaching skills this might work for you!
Workshop presented at the annual Moodle Day at Dawson College (Montreal). May 27th, 2016
Moodle remains the strongest open source LMS. Check out this slideshow!
Master’s degree in Humanities or a Master’s degree with 18 graduate semester hours in the discipline from a regionally accredited educational institution.
Applied or practical work experience preferred; 2 years teaching or presentation experience a plus.
Comfortable with technology and its integration in the classroom.
Strong academic and professional record.
Experience in a student-centric and hands-on learning environment.
If you have a Humanities Master’s Degree and want to teach online, here’s one for you!
To: My Students
From: Your Teacher
Re: A Better Learning Experience
This is just a brief note to let you know how committed I am to making this a good course. But I can’t do my best teaching without your help. So, I thought I’d share a list of things you can do that will make this a better experience for all of us.
What a fine way to set the tone at the beginning of the school year. Build a safe community of practice with a welcome letter like this.