Expert Online Instructional Designers

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Expert Online Instructional Designers

For those who have expertise in online instructional design.

  • Minimum of a Masters level education.
  • Instructional design certification if Masters is in a field unrelated to instructional design.
  • Minimum of 3 semesters of teaching in an online or blended format in the last 5 years.
  • Experience leading and delivering professional development in online education to faculty.
  • Experience conducting online/blended course reviews for faculty.
  • Commitment to engage actively in the community and contribute instructional design expertise.

Website: http://commons.suny.edu/cote/fellowship-expectations/
Members: 11
Latest Activity: Sep 19, 2019

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Schoology

Started by Denise Passero May 27, 2015. 0 Replies

Anyone hear of these folks? Not thinking of using them but I am just curious. They called and I was wondering about them. We are sticking to the program anyhow and I told her that but I wondered…Continue

Sharing information collected on online Course and Faculty Evaluations

Started by Alexandra M. Pickett May 10, 2014. 0 Replies

I was asked how SLN campuses design and implement Course/Faculty evaluations of their online courses. I put the question to the ID community and these are the responses I collected. Thanks to all who…Continue

Tags: faculty performance surveys, end of termsurvey, Course evaluations

Online Learning Insights

Seven Must-Read Books About Education: The 2017 List

“Books are the quietest and most constant of friends; they are the most accessible and wisest of counselors, and the most patient of teachers.”  Charles William Eliot My aim with the must-read book list is to curate a collection of books to read this coming year that provide thoughtful, unique perspectives on education and learning. … Continue reading Seven Must-Read Books About Education: The 2017 List

A Guide for MOOC Course Developers and Facilitators: “The MOOC Case Book”

Following is a review of “The MOOC Case Book: Case Studies in MOOC Design, Development and Implementation” the second-place winner of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT)’s Division of Distance Learning (DDL) Book Award, 2016. The “MOOC Case Book” is a collection of case studies written by (mostly) educators sharing their experiences developing, … Continue reading A Guide for MOOC Course Developers and Facilitators: “The MOOC Case Book”

Higher Ed’s Digital Skills Gap: Faculty & Students

“Digital technology is an ally for higher education” —Professor Mary McAleese, Teaching and Learning in Irish Higher Education (2015) Most educators today possess the digital skills needed to function in academic life. There’s the basics—managing email, using the Learning Management System (LMS), uploading papers to plagiarism checkers among others. Yet some faculty still struggle with … Continue reading Higher Ed’s Digital Skills Gap: Faculty & Students

Need-to-Know News: A Radically Different Transcript in Higher Ed & LinkedIn Launches Personalized Learning Platform

The Radical Transcript For its Spring graduating class, Elon University of North Carolina is launching a radically different student transcript—the Visual Experiential Transcript or Visual EXP.  It’s a significant departure from the traditional. This document aims to provide a holistic snapshot of a student’s undergraduate learning, on and off campus extracurricular activities and leadership experience. … Continue reading Need-to-Know News: A Radically Different Transcript in Higher Ed & LinkedIn Launches Personalized Learning Platform

Need-to-Know MOOC News: New Business Model for Corporate Learning, Human Graders and Self-Paced Formats

1. MOOCs Scale Up with New Model The search for a business model may soon be over for major MOOC players such as Coursera and Udacity. Udacity was the first to create partnerships between (mostly tech) companies to cover some of their course development costs. They’ve since moved to offering micro-credentials where students pay for … Continue reading Need-to-Know MOOC News: New Business Model for Corporate Learning, Human Graders and Self-Paced Formats

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