Developing and Locating Content - MyClasses 101 Series
Full course description
The MyClasses 101 Certificate consists of a series of 5 courses that provide an introduction to MyClasses from a pedagogical point of view in the context of creating and maintaining a course. The purpose is to not only introduce you to the tools available in MyClasses, but why they are useful. You can register for this individual Developing and Locating Content course and move sequentially through all modules and complete all quizzes with an 80% or above to receive a course completion certificate.
You can also can register for the MyClasses 101 Series Certificate which requires the completion of all 5 courses. The courses in the MyClasses 101 Certificate series are: 1. Terminology, Features, and Support, 2. Assignments, Assessments, and the Gradebook, 3. Course Structure and Design Strategies, 4. Developing and Locating Content, and 5. Communication and Delivery Strategies.
This course focuses on tips for searching for and developing your own course content. This course introduces faculty to instructional software that can help support course development, and the use of Universal Design for Learning (UDL) to support student learning. At the end of this course, you will be able to:
- Determine the content that will be created as course materials.
- Plan storage and functionality needs for large file sizes.
- Identify tools to create videos, interactive PowerPoints, and quizzes.
- Explain the concept of Universal Design for Learning (UDL).
- Create accessible Word documents and PowerPoints.
- Locate quality course materials.
- Use Library Services, including Library Guides.