Whether taking a face-to-face course online or building a new one from scratch, designing an online course takes time and planning. Here are our recommended steps for getting your course ready to go in time.
One way to increase interaction between instructors and learners in online courses is to provide individualized, constructive feedback on assignments.
Take a look at some of the sessions on our Spring '24 Online Instructional Development Calendar!
Increase the accessibility of your course by considering Open Educational Resources in place of traditional textbooks.
Clemson Online is proud to announce the official Quality Matters (QM) certification this fall of two courses by Dr. Seth McKelvey and Dr. Pooja Puneet!
Accessible pedagogy is about finding the ways all of your learners do their best work, including those with disabilities.
Developing an online course that successfully engages every student is a challenge, but here are some major advantages to teaching with online tools.
Ensure your course components work together to support achievement of the intended learning outcomes.
Congratulations and thank you to the more than 70 instructors who worked with us to build and improve quality online courses this spring!
Creating a streamlined syllabus using the tool in Canvas allows you make adjustments and prioritize the essentials.