July 5 – 23, 2021
With the Designing for Learning in Digital Environments Course, The Faculty of Liberal Arts & Sciences offers a customized intensive professional development program for instructors and administrators who are responsible for incorporating digital technologies into their courses and teaching fully, or partly online. This course will also be of benefit to anyone who is involved with knowledge building in their organization. This fully online course will focus on the way emerging digital technologies can be applied to support student interaction with learning content, the instructor, and their peers through the principles of networked learning design.
Participants will gain hands-on experience in accessible course design, the application of digital technologies, and assessment through interactive and reflective sessions. Students will create digital learning artifacts that demonstrate what they learn through the course. Throughout the course, participants will develop their own personal learning environment to gather and critique resources, learning artifacts, and the creative output produced by participants in the course. The final part of the course features a collaborative learning design hack and symposium where students will share learning design solutions and models. Upon successful completion of the courses, participants will receive a Certificate of Participation awarded by Humber College, Canada.
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