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Transcript of CONTENT Matters
why, how, and where
to use content
in an online course CONTENT
MATTERS the PURPOSE
of content check those learning outcomes! SOURCES of content YOU create Expert Information and Knowledge Perspectives and points of view Analyses Evaluations Examples and models blogs, tweets, comments Primary sources and
secondary sources textbook lecture, podcast, video Discussion Artifact, Literature, Art Use backwards design: 1. end goal practice
(assignments, activities) content + feedback Julie Sievers
Center for Teaching Excellence
St. Edward's University
2012 YOU borrow, beg, & steal videos, podcasts, screencasts open educational resources http://net.educause.edu/ir/library/pdf/ELi7061.pdf http://www.hackeducation.com/blog/tag.php?Search_Tag=open%20educational%20resources colleagues
repeatable pausable navigable understandable passive active Robin M. Smith, Conquering the Content http://silver.stedwards.edu/record=b1414455~S1 Coursera as a "textbook"? http://derekbruff.org/?p=2408