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Resources for Teaching Online: Online Course Design

The purpose of this Infoguide is to highlight various library resources intended to support faculty and staff in both the philosophy and practical application of online course design and instruction.
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Online Course Design Ebooks

The RIT Library collection consists of many ebooks on the topic of online learning, course design, assessment, engagement, and additional concepts of teaching online.  Select titles are highlighted below and a link for each category is also provided so that you can easily browse other related titles in the library's collection.  Your librarian is also a great resource and is happy to help.  Your subject librarian's contact information is here.

 

 

Online Course Design

In addition to the above selected titles, a larger list of ebooks about online course design is available here.

Blended or Hybrid Course Design

In addition to the above selected titles, a larger list of ebooks about online course design is available here.

Teaching Online (Videos)

LinkedInLearning and Films on Demand both provide many additional video tutorials about teaching online.  Search both of these databases for possible course content, too!  For information on using LinkedinLearning and embedding links directly into myCourses, see the LinkedinLearning guide. Information on how to insert a Films on Demand video into your course, can be found in the myCourses help documentation on the RIT Wiki here.

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