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Located in the James E Walker Library, Room 348

Course Design


Books available for checkout from our LT&ITC Library:

Rapid Instructional Design: Learning ID Fast and Right
Discusses instructional design, pre-design activities, how to choose the right tools, and how to implement the course and evaluate it's effectiveness. Also has a section dedicated to online course design.

Understanding by Design
Has a great chapter on "backwards" course design.

Online Resources:

Design & Teach a Course,
Eberly Center for Teaching Excellence, Carnegie Mellon

Teaching Goals Inventory
Contains 53 prompts to help instructors identify their goals for a particular course. This on-line version offers rapid self-scoring and data comparisons across goal areas and disciplines.

Fink's Five Principles of Good Course Design

Resources for Hybrid and Online Course Design:

Ten questions to consider when redesigning a course for hybrid teaching and learning

Redesigning Online Instruction: Theory and Application
Author Catherine Gouge of West Virginia University takes you step-by-step through her redesign of an on-site editing class for an online program.

MTSU Resources:

Instructional Media Resources
Can provide materials and tools to use in your course.