Title: Use Free Research-Supported Resources to Improve Learning Environments, Ensure Academic Integrity and Help All Students Succeed
Stream: Curriculum Design & Development
Presentation Type: Oral Presentation
Yaping Gao, Quality Matters, United States
As the result from the disruptive impact of the COVID pandemic worldwide, institutions are making big investments to offer online/blended/digital learning in different formats to meet the needs of an increasingly diverse student population. What free resources are available to help faculty ensure that students are achieving the desired learning outcomes during remote teaching? What checklists, guidelines, recommendations, standards, and best practices can be used by faculty and instructional support staff to pivot from remote teaching to quality online education and digital learning? Participates in this presentation will be engaged to review, exam, and reflect on 1) a research-supported quality assurance system adopted by over 1500 institutions globally, 2) an Emergency Remote Instruction Checklist, a tiered list of tips and actionable strategies to enact during emergency remote teaching, 3) a Quality Online Course Design Guide, a phased, iterative approach to be best applied to design online or hybrid courses. The presentation will conclude with reflection from participants on what strategies and resources are needed and available to ensure quality teaching and learning at their own institutions and help their students succeed in the digital learning environments.
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