As the university moves toward fall semester it is likely that online and digital education components will be an important part of the academic experience. This website will help you to build a well structured asynchronous course, but keep in mind that students typically prefer synchronous, or live, interaction with their instructors. We’ve included resources for synchronous tools if you would like to include that in your course. Students will appreciate frequent opportunities to interact with instructors, ask questions, have discussions, and receive feedback on their assessments.
This is just a starting point and meant to inform you and help plan your courses. It is not set in stone and can be adapted any way that fits your course, teaching style, and the changing environment.
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