Teaching Online with iCollege (TOWI) - Storyboard

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1. Start Here

1.1. Technical requirements

1.1.1. Hardware system minimum requrements Headset & microphone

1.1.2. plugins Adobe reader Flash Player QuickTime player

1.2. Browser tune up

1.3. Syllabus

1.4. Syllabus quiz

2. Welcome video

3. Course Content

3.1. 1. Introduction

3.1.1. Module I Objectives Define Online Teaching Identify and describe the different forms of online teaching Identify the advantages and challenges associated with teaching online Identify basic skills required for online teaching

3.1.2. Module I Lecture Flash Script PDF Slides PDF

3.1.3. Module I Readings Is Online Teaching for Me? - Self-evaluation Quiz Getting started online - purpose and outcomes (Video) Faculty 2.0 - How technology is redefining the teacher's role and the student-teacher relationship Teaching Online - Erping Zhu, University of Michigan How Students Develop Online Learning Skills - Successful online students share their secrets for getting the most from online classes, focusing on time management, active participation, and practice

3.1.4. Module I Optional Readings How Choice, Co-Creation, and Culture Are Changing What It Means to Be Net Savvy Reflecting on Strategies for a New Learning Culture - Dianne Conrad, Athabasca University, Canada

3.1.5. Module I Discussions Breaking the Ice Article Reflection (10 points)

3.1.6. Module I Assignment Description of target student population

3.2. 2. Planning your Online Course

3.2.1. The ADDIE model

3.2.2. Writing clear objectives

3.2.3. Storyboarding Is it the same as an outline? Techniques & tools

3.3. 3. Content presentation

3.3.1. Module Objectives

3.3.2. Module III Lecture Lecture SWF Slides PDF Script PDF

3.3.3. Module III Readings

3.3.4. Module III Resources

3.3.5. Module III Discussions

3.3.6. Module III Assignments Create a header and footer Create folder in file manager Create an organizer page Upload course description Create a welcome video (Jing)

3.3.7. Creating Online lectures as: Text (HTML & PDF) Cons & Pros Best Practices Tools and techniques Slide presentation Cons & Pros Best Practices Tools and techniques video Cons & Pros Best Practices Tools and techniques web conferencing Cons & Pros Best Practices Tools and techniques

3.3.8. iCollege basics Header and footer File manager basics Creating a folder structure upload, download, delete, rename, etc Create Web Dav connection create folders (organizer pages) Add files custom look and layout

3.4. 4. Student activities

3.4.1. Authentic activities Characteristics of authentic activities Can that be done online? Using the web as a resource Group Activities Creating Groups Best Practices Best practices for designing communication activities Incorporating communication tools synchronous asynchronous Online etiquette

3.4.2. Communication tools in iCollege (Tutorials) Synchronous iCollege Chat Who's Online WIMBA Classroom Asynchronous Discussion Calendar Annoucements Selective release (briefly)

3.5. 5. Incorporating Multimedia

3.5.1. What is multimedia

3.5.2. How it can enrich your course

3.5.3. Media Images Cons and pros Best practices Audio Cons and pros best practices Video Cons and pros best practices GPC Windows Media Server Podcast Cons and pros best practices USG podcasting server Animation Cons and pros best practices

3.5.4. ADA compliance & section 508

3.5.5. Copyright and the murky world of fair use

3.5.6. Module V iCollege Tutorials Introduction to WIMBA voice tools Embedding web video (Youtube, Blip.TV, etc.)

3.6. 6. Online Assessment

3.6.1. Module VI Objectives Create assessments in iCollege Design authentic assessment tools (project-based), collaborative assessments, etc. Identify techniques for minimizi ng cheating in online assessments Create grading forms in iCollege

3.6.2. Module VI Lecture Flash Script PDF Slides PDF

3.6.3. Module VI Readings 9 Principles of Good Assessment - American Association for Higher Education Designing Online Courses to Discourage Dishonesty The Case for Authentic Assessment eLearnSpace - ePortfolios Scoring Rubrics: What, When and How?

3.6.4. Module VI iCollege Tutorials Assessment Create assessment Assessment properties Taking the assessment Grading assessments Exporting assessments Grading forms Create a form Apply to an item Apply to a grade book column use the form Assignments create assignment assignment properties grading assignments download all submissions

3.6.5. Module VI Discussions

3.6.6. Module VI Assignment

3.7. 7. Preparing the students for your online course

3.7.1. The online syllabus Why all the way at the end? Structure - components (GPC Online guidelines) The syllabus as a contract The syllabus as a calendar The syllabus as a map

3.7.2. Orientation / welcome video communicate course goals remind them of responsibilities set their expctations course navigation tour screen shots in PPT video capture (Camtasia / CamStudio)

3.7.3. Start-up checklist

3.7.4. Technical issue Browser check Links to plugins Tech questions forum Tech support info

3.7.5. Dry runs / low-stake assignments

3.7.6. support mechanisms Glossary FAQs other

3.7.7. iCollege Tutorials Media Library Manage Course

3.8. 8. Managing your online course

3.8.1. Record keeping & file management File manager - revisited Folder structure file naming considerations Desktop mirror image multiple versions of files Naming conventions (student assignmentss)

3.8.2. Managing communication Announcement tool How to use it What to use it for email rules your availability Channeling to discussion Virtual office hours

3.8.3. Fostering asynchronous discussion

3.8.4. Managing synchronous communication chat room etiquette agreed upon signs break out rooms

3.8.5. Guidelines for student participation assigning grades frequency quality

3.8.6. Providing feedback iCollege Gradebook Affective considerations

3.8.7. Providing advice and support

3.8.8. iCollege Tutorials Announcements student groups random groups sign up sheets Selective release Gradebook

3.8.9. Wrap up End of course video Recommended readings We are here to help

4. Communication Center

4.1. General Discussions

4.1.1. Lounge Area

4.1.2. Questions about the course

4.1.3. Technical Issues

4.1.4. Useful Links

4.2. WIMBA room for synchronous sessions

4.3. WIMBA room for virtual office hours

4.4. Mid course survey

4.5. Final survey

5. Resources

5.1. How did we do that

5.2. Sorted links

5.3. Interactive Glossary