Virtual School Meanderings

May 3, 2017

Instructional Designers: Extend Learning and Improve Online Courses

From Monday’s inbox…

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Extend Learning and Improve Your Online Courses
Dear Michael,

Paul Wilson, PhD, an Associate Professor of Religion, Ethics and Philosophy at one of the first Historically Black Colleges & Universities (HBCUs) in the nation wanted to extend his learning after completing the OLC Advanced Online Teaching Certificate Program. He chose the Instructional Design Mastery Series.

“This Mastery Series immediately helped me fine-tune my online courses and gave me valuable skills for continuous course revision and improvement,” he said. “I was attracted to this course due to its learning outcomes, and I was not disappointed.”

Learn more about Paul’s experience and the benefits he found from enrolling in the Instructional Design Mastery Series. The next cohort starts June 7.

Keep on Learning!

Jennifer
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Not sure where to start? OLC offers a number of certificate programs to support your professional development. Enroll in an upcoming cohort:

Online Teaching Certificate
May 17, 2017 – Jul 25, 2017

Advanced Online Teaching Certificate
Jul 10, 2017 – Oct 01, 2017

Instructional Designer Certificate
Jul 10, 2017 – Nov 19, 2017

Jennifer Rafferty | Director of the OLC Institute for Professional Development | Online Learning Consortium
617-716-1414 | support@onlinelearning-c.org

“This course exceeded my expectations in terms of material covered and the facilitator’s feedback. It provides fundamental as well as practical help in the design of an online course.”

-Paul Wilson, PhD, Associate Professor
of Religion, Ethics and Philosophy

Read more about Paul’s story.

Have you had a great experience with OLC? We’d love to share your story! Contact Jean Simmons, Director of Marketing, at jean.simmons@onlinelearning-c.org.

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The Online Learning Consortium | P.O. Box 1238 | Newburyport | MA | 01950

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