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Lessons Learned—Tips for Course Development

The end of a semester is often a time of reflection. This week, we are highlighting lessons learned by course developer Christopher Austin. In collaboration with an Instructional Designer, Austin converted his face to face course, Psych 309: Cultural Diversity in Organizations, into an online course for Global Campus. » More ...

Simple Tools, Simple Solutions

We recognize the term “low-tech” is a relative concept. For our purposes, low-tech is being defined as tools that do not require an electronic device to access and use. Low-tech options keep costs low and can be improvised in the spur of the moment in situations where connectivity is limited or learning a new tool isn’t possible. Additionally, implementing low-tech options often reduces the need to guess at what students have access to and can afford. » More ...