Course Design Principles
Let's build a course together.
Designing or refreshing a course?
In this course, we're getting back to the basics as we work together to build (or rebuild) a course together. Topics include creating learning outcomes, organizing with a course map, designing assessments, developing teaching materials, designing for active learning, and building classroom community. And because of the asynchronous format, you can re/build your course when you have the time, space, and energy.
Approximate hours to complete:
Self-paced, approximately 6 hours (longer if concurrently designing a course)
$125/individual (group rates available)
*Learners who complete this course may request a certificate of completion from OLT at the end of the course. A certificate denotes completion of the course requirements (e.g., videos, readings, knowledge checks) and should not be considered a formal certification.
Group Registration Information:
10% discount for groups of 50+
20% discount for groups of 100+
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to take advantage of group registration and invoicing.
About the Instructors
Judith Dutill, OLT Faculty Development Co-Founder, is an experienced online educator with over 20 years of working and teaching in higher education. She enjoys working with instructors who want to bridge the digital divide, develop media literacies, design instruction, advance online learning, and forge deeper connections with online students and peers. Her recent work focuses on teaching practical strategies for applying humanity-centered pedagogies. As faculty, she teaches online courses in public speaking, desktop publishing, and media and society.
Melissa Wehler, OLT Faculty Development Co-Founder, has worked in higher education and faculty development since 2007, spending much of the last decade in digital classrooms. She has held staff, faculty, and administrative appointments in higher educational institutions and currently focuses on instructional design. Her teaching includes classes on writing, cultural studies, and college readiness. Melissa is passionate about helping faculty realize their unique vision for their courses and helping to make that vision sustainable. She specializes in creating classroom community, using active learning, building social spaces in digital classrooms, and designing inclusive courses.