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The Online Syllabus: A Roadmap to Success

A well designed online syllabus explains how the class will unfold, faculty expectations, student responsibilities, office hours, assignments, projects, assessments, rubrics, grading criteria, and technology tools– as well as incorporates important links, examples, and contact information. ¬†This post serves as the roadmap for your course guiding the student to success.¬† Here are some tips for creating …

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Creating a Moodle Book

Guest post by Victoria Shropshire, Instructor in English Books in Moodle can be used for a variety of things, but I find they are especially helpful for long documents that are important, but not necessarily very engaging to students when they are simply posted as a document link. Information that can be segmented or compartmentalized can be …

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