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MatricsInterested in OLNew to OL - developing a courseNew to OL - inheriting a courseExperienced OL faculty developing a new courseExperienced OL faculty (continuous improvement)Instructional Designer
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Course DesignTeaching & ManagingCourse DesignTeaching & ManagingCourse DesignTeaching & ManagingCourse DesignTeaching & ManagingCourse DesignTeaching & Managing
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Competencies
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Fundamental
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SUNY Online - definitions, glossaryAsynchronous,
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- FAQs, common misconceptions
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Requisite Skills/Preparing for Success
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- email, communication, basic netiquettecompose, attach docs, file+retrieve
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- word processingcompose, copy/paste, file…
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- computer skills
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- copyright and information literacyknows fair use, library services…
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- electronic file management
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- basic internet skills, privacy, securitybrowser, create links…
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Resources: Broome, UMD website
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format: OL readiness quiz, interactive
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Requisite Teaching Skills
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- defining outcomes
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- creating presentations
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- creating assessmentsmap assmts to outcomes, rubrics...
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- plagiarism/academic honesty
reviews policy, collects agrmt, uses tools…
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- ADA and universal design
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- awareness of support svcs
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- awareness of campus pol + proc
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- COI Overview
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Fundamental Requisites for OL Teaching
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- time commitment
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- support from the institution
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- typical crs dev timeline, checklist
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- passion for teaching
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What is Online Education?
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Testimonials from OL Faculty, OL Students
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Brief overview of COI
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Exemplar Video - showcase courses
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Core
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1. Overview of the Basics
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Course Development
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Creating content
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Creating assessments
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Creating interaction
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Creating rubrics
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Course Management
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Providing feedback
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Communicating with students
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Grading tools
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2. Effective Teaching with COI
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Social Presence
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Communicate effectively
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Create community
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Understand others
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Build trust
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Build collaboration
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Create supportive climate
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Build rapport
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Cognitive Presence
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Build cohesion
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Engage others
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Exchange Ideas
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Integrate learning
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Use rubrics
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Measure Competency
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Teaching Presence
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Monitor participation
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Communicate effectively
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Facilitating discourse
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Direct instruction
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Instructional design and organization
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Presenting content
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Enhancing learner engagement
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Motivating learners
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3. Understanding LMS tools
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Course Development
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Creating documents
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Creating assessments
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Creating discussions
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Creating rubrics
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Course Management
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Providing feedback
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Communicating with students
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Grading tools
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Advanced
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Learner engagement
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Authentic assessment
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Metacognitive reflection
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MOOCs
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Blended learning
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Flipped learning
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Heutagogical Course Design
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Collaborative learning
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Open Educational Resources
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Learner and Instructor worload equity
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Plagiarism detection
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Copyright compliance
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Teaching quality review
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Course quality review
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Program quality review
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Retention strategies
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Online Tools
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Social media
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Matrix
Glossary
Typical LMS capabilities
1.Fundamentals/Interested in OL
2. New to Online
3.Experienced-Exemplary
4. Instructional Designer
3. Not Current --Experienced OL Faculty
Not Current -- Copy of 2. New to OL
Epigeum Mapping