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.
Today we are excited to announce that we are launching CHAI-- Clemson’s Hub for Adjunct Instructors.
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!
For the best possible outcomes it is necessary to provide students with the proper outlets to find the resources they need.
Increase the accessibility of your course by considering Open Educational Resources in place of traditional textbooks.
Our second annual QM Cohort is making great progress, having recently completed the Applying the Quality Matters Rubric (APPQMR) workshop.
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!
October was Accessibility month, and we enjoyed sharing information to help improve your general awareness and course content.
Make sure you are providing sufficient and proper resources to every learner in every facet of the course.