U of L Teaching Centre
FitFOL Teaching and Learning Expectations
Assessibility Statement for this Pressbooks Resource
The U of L Online Teaching and Learning Series
Open Education Alberta Pressbooks Publishing
Principles behind community building in online teaching and learning
Your Module Options
OPTION 1: Identify and select strategies for building community and student engagement in my online course (1-2 hours)
OPTION 2: Reflect on, develop, and communicate my online community building philosophy (2 – 3 hours)
Option 3: Facilitate peer interaction to build community in the online classroom (2-3 hours)
Technology used in this module
Option 1: Other Items to Consider In Your Syllabus
Option 2: Crafting Course Outcomes
Option 3: Designing for Online Delivery
Facilitation of Learning & Teaching Online PART 2
The Community of Inquiry Framework
Gilly Salmon’s Five Stage Model
Choosing a Model
Guiding Questions & Learning Outcomes
Navigating the Module
Section 1: Assessment Methods & Backwards Design
Section 2: Types of Scoring Criteria
Option 1: Designing a Discussion Forum with Scoring Criteria
Option 2: Altering an In-Person, Synchronous Exam into an Alternative Exam
Option 3: Adjusting Hands-On Projects for Online Learning
Option 4: Transforming In-Person Presentations into Virtual Presentations
Tool Box 1: Alternative Online Assessments At-A-Glance
Tool Box 2: Academic Integrity & Online Assessments
Assessment FAQ Section
Overview of Module
OPTION 1: Orientating Learners to an Online Course ~3-5 hrs.
OPTION 2: Designing for Diverse Students ~3-5 hrs.
OPTION 3: Managing Student Behaviour and Conflict ~3 hrs.
Technology Used in this Module
Accessibility Testing for FitFOL
Flipgrid for Video Vignettes
H5P - Interactive Online Content
Moodle for Beginners
Moodle and Copyright
Pressbooks to Publish Open (Text)Books
Teaching with Zoom for beginners
Index Glossary Terms
How can I develop my online teaching competencies?
Digital Competencies for Educators
Feel free to explore the resources and templates below.
Fit for Online Learning by U of L Teaching Centre: Jördis Weilandt, Erin Reid, Kristi Thomas, Brandy Old, and Jeff Meadows is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License, except where otherwise noted.