Presentation Title

Developing and Implementing an Online Course Framework: From Theory to Practice

Location

Conrad

Start

1-16-2018 3:30 PM

End

1-16-2018 4:45 PM

Short Description

Designing and integrating a suitable framework for online course content drives distance learning to excellence. This presentation chronicles how a technology integration learning community utilized aspects of the Assure model to develop and implement the TILC Framework to infuse technology into distance learning courses.

Abstract

Members of a technology integration learning community developed the TILC Framework based on components of the Assure Model to infuse technology into their distance learning courses across varying disciplines. This presentation provides an overview of how the TILC Framework was developed, implemented, and evaluated as well as the various technologies integrated using the TILC Framework. The presentation appeals to distance learning educators, instructional designers, and administrators in K-12 and higher education. The TILC Framework can also be applicable to blended and face-to-face classroom instruction. The most vital tenet of the TILC Framework involves collaboration among instructional designers, technology innovators, subject matter experts, and end-users who drive distance learning to excellence.

Format

Concurrent Session

Institutional level targeted

Other

Moderator

Jennifer Reeves, NSU

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Jan 16th, 3:30 PM Jan 16th, 4:45 PM

Developing and Implementing an Online Course Framework: From Theory to Practice

Conrad

Members of a technology integration learning community developed the TILC Framework based on components of the Assure Model to infuse technology into their distance learning courses across varying disciplines. This presentation provides an overview of how the TILC Framework was developed, implemented, and evaluated as well as the various technologies integrated using the TILC Framework. The presentation appeals to distance learning educators, instructional designers, and administrators in K-12 and higher education. The TILC Framework can also be applicable to blended and face-to-face classroom instruction. The most vital tenet of the TILC Framework involves collaboration among instructional designers, technology innovators, subject matter experts, and end-users who drive distance learning to excellence.