Teaching Excellence Workshop:
Organizing Your Online Course
Tena B. Crews
April 13, 2010
Join the discussion about appropriate steps for organizing your online course. Online course components are effectively organized using modules to appropriately divide the content into educational units. Modules can be organized into weekly units, by content, or a variety of other ways. This forum will allow participants to discuss strategies for designing appropriate organizational techniques to ensure student learning and optimal learning outcomes in online courses or in using online course components in a traditional classroom course.
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About the Facilitator
Tena B. Crews is the Associate Director of Technology Pedagogy for the Center for Teaching Excellence. She is an Associate Professor in the Technology Support and Training Management program and teaches the majority of her classes online. She also serves as the Director of Online Learning and Development for the College of Hospitality, Retail and Sport Management.