Pre-Course Design

Pre-Course Design Faculty members who wish to teach online should not only possess basic proficiency in computer skills but should also be acquainted with and feel comfortable using more advanced programs and applications. The following resource lists some technical skills, Read More ...

Samples

Samples Hybrid-Online Course Syllabus Sample  100% Online (Asynchronous) Course Syllabus Sample Remote Course Syllabus Sample (for Sudden/Unexpected Shifts to Remote Learning) Module Overview and Agenda Sample Course Grading and Assessment Scheme Sample Course Description Sample Course Calendar Sample Activity Overview Sample Read More ...

Hybrid-Blended Courses

Hybrid-Blended Courses A hybrid-blended class refers to a model of course design that combines traditional classroom learning with online or out-of-class coursework activities. At MSMC, a hybrid course is defined as a course where a portion, but not all, of Read More ...

Organizing Course Modules

Organizing Course Modules As with the online course syllabus, when building course content remember that including more information is generally better than including less. In addition, the information for students should be organized into easily readable chunks. For example, content Read More ...

Designing for Interaction

Designing for Interaction Establishing and maintaining regular effective contact is an important aspect of delivering an online and hybrid-blended course. It is not only a Middle States and New York State requirement, but is also a practice that encourages and Read More ...