Innovative Internet Instruction (i3)
The IS/IT Department is offering an 8 week, online workshop for both full and part-time faculty interested in incorporating the web into their teaching. The workshop is designed for faculty using web resources in their on-campus courses as well as faculty that are teaching online.
The Innovative Internet Instruction (i3) Workshop gives faculty the online experience from a student perspective while providing them with the skills they need to develop web resources and activities for their students. Ask others about their experiences in the i3 course.
Questions? Call the IT Department at ext 229 or email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
See below for description of Modules in the Workshop.
Week 1 — Orientation
- Basic navigation of i3 workshop
- How to use discussions, mail, copy, paste
- Utilizing orientation in your own course
- web enhanced, hybrid, and online courses
- SVCC Online Course process
- SVCC Exemplary Online Course Checklist
- teaching online vs. teaching face to face
- Bloom’s Taxonomy –cognitive, affective and psychomotor domains
- Instructional objectives
- Instructional alignment
- Instructional strategies
- File types
- Chunking information
- Course layout
- Adding Resources and Activities in Moodle
- Aligning assessment with objectivies and activities
- Moodle Quizzes
- Student assessment, course evaluation, summative & formative evaluation
- Open Educational Resources
- Using Images
- Web 2.0 tools for the online course
- Social networking tools
- Podcasts and Screencasts
- LRC Resources for students and faculty
- Term paper pros and cons
- Peer Review Writing in the online course
- Course wrap up