Category:General Reference Resources
From E-Learning Faculty Modules
The "General Reference Resources" area is a space for administrators, faculty, and staff working to support online learning. This space offers resources such as a rubric for quality e-learning, e-learning terminology, and other relevant information.
Stretching the Edges of Technology-Enhanced Teaching: From Tinkering to Tottering to Totally Extreme Learning (by Dr. Curt Bonk)
Dr. Curt Bonk offers an enthusiastic look at various ways that technology may enhance teaching and learning. Scroll down to the middle of the following page to see his three-part presentation.
Suggestions for Additional Topics Welcome
If you have suggestions for additional topics, please go to the "About E-Learning Faculty Modules," and contact the instructional designers with your ideas. That link is About.
Quality E-Learning Checklist
Updating an Online Course Curriculum
Educause Quarterly published an article on this topic titled "An Instructional Design Approach to Updating an Online Course Curriculum".
Preparing New E-Learning Faculty...
Instructional Design for Mediated Education at K-State
Instructional Designers for Mediated Education are available to assist faculty in developing engaging and high quality learning environments. Request instructional design assistance by calling Phyllis Epps: 532-4921.
The instructional designers have facilitated many presentations and discussions about technology and e-learning. View archived IDT Roundtables to better understand what is possible with mediated education.
Pages in category "General Reference Resources"
The following 10 pages are in this category, out of 10 total.