Course Design


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Whether you teach online, hybrid or face-​to-​face, there are a few key elements to focus on to ensure your course is current, organized, and assignment expectations are made clear. The following examples, checklists and templates aim to assist with course organization and design.


Course Design

Assignment Summary Example – Use this template to create a course-​specific assignment summary for D2L courses.

Blank Course Information Template — Use this template for resetting the Course Information area in D2L courses.

CMS Course Checklist –Use this checklist to review and prepare D2L courses for each new semester.

CMS Course Review Scorecard — Use this scorecard to review and self-​assess D2L courses.

Rubric Design

Rubric Design


Creating Analytic and Holistic Rubrics with Tips & Tricks

Click the links below to view examples of various types of rubrics:

Analytic Rubric Example 1

Analytic Rubric Example 2

Holistic Rubric Example 1

Holistic Rubric Example 2

Use the templates below to create course-​specific rubrics for your class:

Analytic Rubric Template

Holistic Rubric Template 1

Holistic Rubric Template 2

 



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