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Webinar - Designing Effective Online/Hybrid Courses

Proven organizational structures & models from EDUCAUSE & QM

Monday, March 27, 2017
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Research can inform effective online and hybrid course design. A recent EDUCAUSE article exploring the use of analytics to understand the impact of course design on student learning and an extensive library of research from Quality Matters are among the many resources available to faculty, staff, and administrators at UMBC.

In this webinar from the EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative, Quality Matters master reviewers and online/hybrid course design experts will share with you what they’ve learned from hundreds of online course reviews about what promotes students engagement, learning, and ultimately success. They will also review organizational structures and processes that support effective course design and help organizations demonstrate quality assurance to accreditation bodies.

Session outcomes:
  1. Identify reasons why online/hybrid course designs impact student success.
  2. Identify the key components of effective online/hybrid course design.
  3. Describe the various organizational structures and processes that support online/hybrid learning quality assurance.
After the session, participants will receive access to the recording, transcript, and slides.

There is no charge for attending this webinar because UMBC is a member of EDUCAUSE and the EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative. However, you must create an EDUCAUSE profile to register. When creating a profile, be sure to carefully enter "University of Maryland, Baltimore County" as the organization to make sure you are affiliated with the right campus.

To request accessibility support (e.g., live captioning), please see the special needs section of the EDUCAUSE online registration form as needed.
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