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What’s Credit-Worthy? Finding Evidence of Online Learning

How do we know that students are learning in online courses? Beyond the complicated issues of cheating and plagiarism that plague all kinds of classes, determining that students have reached the desired learning outcomes in our courses can be challenging, to say the least. This week we'll discuss assignments, assessments, and what should be required to earn academic credit. Join us to share your concerns and ideas.

This week's read-aheads:

Assignments in the online course: How much is too much? from Robert Onorato, Cengage Learning

Assessing Learning in Online Courses from Oklahoma State University, Institute for Teaching and Learning Excellence

MOOCs for Credit from Scott Jaschik, Inside Higher Ed