Course Design Introduction (CDI) 
(Facilitated asynchronous, cohort, paid 10 hours at CD rate)

Join your faculty colleagues and an instructional designer in a three-week online course covering current research and best practices around online teaching. There will also be an introduction to accessibility and universal design. This course is facilitated by an instructional designer. The course is asynchronous and paid at 10hrs at CD rate. Any faculty member teaching this year is eligible to participate. You do not need to have already been assigned a course for a future term to enroll in CDI.

DATES: November 1 - November 21
Instructor: Meredith Keene


Course Design Introduction (CDI) 

(Facilitated asynchronous, cohort, paid 10 hours at CD rate)

Join your faculty colleagues and an instructional designer in a three-week online course covering current research and best practices around online teaching. There will also be an introduction to accessibility and universal design. This course is facilitated by an instructional designer. The course is asynchronous and paid at 10hrs at CD rate. Any faculty member teaching this year is eligible to participate. You do not need to have already been assigned a course for a future term to enroll in CDI.

DATES: 2 sections offered:

October 4 - October 22:  Instructor: Kevin Steeves

November 1 - November 19: Instructor: Meredith Keene

Winter and Spring sections are TBD.

Registration is open for Fall 21 sections of CDI.

Self-enroll yourself into this course! 

Writing in the margins has always been an essential activity for students. Annotation helps in reading comprehension and in developing critical thinking about course materials. Hypothes.is enables students to continue this essential activity with online readings. Digital annotation also offers new affordances, enabling students to respond to text using different media and empowering them to collaborate on understanding and developing ideas about their readings.


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