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If you have a course in Webcourses@UCF Blackboard Vista that you have not yet migrated to Canvas, please request to have the course migrated now (http://teach.ucf.edu/resources/webcourses-migration/online-course-migration-tool/ ). This includes courses that you may not teach for several semesters.
If your Blackboard Vista course content is already moved to Canvas, you do not need to request a migration; just follow the semester checklist to request your production course for the next term and import content from your existing Canvas course: http://teach.ucf.edu/resources/semester-startup-checklist/
If you have any questions, please contact Online@UCF Support at (407) 823-0407 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Online Course Quality: Tune Up Your Course with the Online Course Quick Check
Abstract: Whether you have been teaching online for years or are just getting started, “online course quality” is an elusive goal to achieve. For instance, what are the components of a high quality course? How does course design contribute to overall course quality? What role does the teaching practice of the online instructor play in course quality? Can the characteristics of the students impact the quality of the course? Are large classes and small classes of equivalent quality? Come to this brief, informative session for access to an array of tools, resources, and information to aid you in the quest for quality in online teaching.
Dr. James Brophy-Ellison
- College of Sciences
- Teaching Online since 1999