Brief, but interesting article from the Turnitin Academy about using the assignment options within Turnitin. It discusses the benefits and drawbacks of allowing students to submit assignments multiple times, as well as what the different setting for viewing the originality reports mean for both you and your students.
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“Theory and Practice of Online Learning, edited by Terry Anderson and Fathi Elloumi, is concerned with assisting providers of online education with useful tools to carry out the teaching and learning transactions online. It presents, in an easily readable form, the theory, administration, tools, and methods of designing and delivering …
“Quality Matters Rubric Standards 2011-2013 Edition with Assigned Point Values.” A useful rubric from the Quality Matters Program at MarylandOnline that is largely applicable to all instructional situations, but that does include some criteria that is specific to online instruction and/or teaching with technology.
Instructional Design Tips for Learning Online from California State University, Chico. This document is a checklist that covers a comprehensive list of necessary elements in an online course. It is beneficial not just for instructors new to online teaching, but also for experienced online instructors who want to proof existing …
A series of rubrics from BlackBoard evaluating many different aspects of online courses and teaching, including: Course Design; Interaction and Collaboration; Assessment; and Learner Support.
A comprehensive series of rubrics from California State University, Chico, for evaluating many different aspects of online courses and teaching, including: Learner Support & Resources; Online Organization & Design; Instructional Design & Delivery; Assessment & Evaluation of Student Learning; Innovative Teaching With Technology; and Faculty Use of Student Feedback.