Learning technologists have been developing frameworks for course design, development, delivery, and evaluation. A framework, typically in the form of a rubric or checklist, describes the characteristics of a successful online course. These course design frameworks provide entry points for collaboration and input into the course design process, and open the door into greater librarian participation in blended and online learning. Written by Sarah McDaniel.
Discipline:Library and Information ScienceMultidisciplinary
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