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Course design in higher education

Course design in higher education

theory and evidence.

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Published by Open University in Milton Keynes .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementprepared for the course team by Agnes Kukulska-Hulme.
SeriesOpen University -- H852
ContributionsKukulska-Hulme, Agnes Maria., Open University. Institute of Educational Technology., Centre for Higher Education Practice., Open University. Course Design in Higher Education Course Team.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18446727M
ISBN 100749294124

A course in higher education often explores policies and practices important to universities and other institutions of higher education. The main bulk of the course is often designed to give students the management, analytical and leadership skills needed to achieve success in higher education. Teaching and course design in higher education. About this course. This course was designed for people teaching or supporting teaching at higher education level, such as teachers, tutors, lecturers, supervisors and student support staff (such as librarians, educational technology and e-learning managers or academic supervisors).

This Theme aims to help providers design and develop courses effectively, creating unique and market-attractive programmes through a culture of innovation, creativity and continuous improvement. Course design can be informed by feedback from a range of sources and reflect multidisciplinary research, contemporary industry practice, technological.   “A synthesis of cognitive research endorses the idea that deep understanding of subject matter transforms factual information into usable knowledge. Knowledge learned at the level of rote memory rarely transfers; transfer most likely occurs when the learner knows and understands underlying concepts and principles that can be applied to problems in new contexts.

Universal Design for Distance Education: A Guide for Online Course Development will help audiences improve the design and delivery of distance education coursework. We hope that this book will serve as a “how-to” for building effective distance education courses and programs. About the Authors. LaRon A. Scott, Ed.D., An assistant professor. ELI Course | Implementing Universal Design for Learning in Higher Education. When most people in higher education hear the phrase “universal design for learning,” they think about students with physical disabilities and the accommodations we provide in order to help them meet course outcomes.


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