New WolfSNAPS Self-Paced Session Available
Want to learn instructional design best practices in a short, self-paced session? WolfSNAPS could be for you! Faculty and graduate students can register in REPORTER for these sessions, which can be completed in as little as 30 minutes. The 7th session in the course design series, “Choosing Technology that Works for Your Students,” has just been released. This session covers best practices for selecting technologies for your online or blended course and points you to resources to help you master them.
Seven WolfSNAPS sessions are live now, including:
- *NEW* Choosing Technology that Works for Your Students (tips and resources for choosing and using online course technology)
- Setting Up for Success (templates and strategies for setting up your online course)
- Measuring Learning (strategies to make assessments an integral part of the learning process, resources on types of assessment for online courses, and special considerations for competency-based courses)
- Providing Powerful Online Learning Materials (information and resources to determine and access the most relevant learning materials for the students in your course)
- Engaging Students with Online Learning Activities (strategies and practical ideas for building in active learning online)
- Guiding Your Students to Success with a Course Map (template and step-by-step instructions to align the components of your course.),
- Writing Effective Learning Objectives (characteristics of good learning objectives and a simple process for writing them).
The 8th and final session in the WolfSNAPS Course Design Series (accessibility) will be released in the coming months.