Lessons Learned From Designing an Open Online Course

Education and Training Daily

Vol. 16, No. 123

This is a cool article, or post-mortem, about a group of graduate students who were “challenged to design, develop, facilitate and evaluate an open online course for educators.” Specifically the article discusses the application of three UDL principles. The author states “the participants consistently praised the “student-centeredness” of the open online course.” One participant commented “This course was so much better than any other MOOC I’ve participated in.” Very exciting stuff. Read more at Lessons Learned From Building An Open Online Course

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