How can you meet the needs of undergrad and graduate students? What about students taking 1 credit vs. 6 credits? What if they come from five different colleges? What if they are all working on different projects throughout the course? These are the challenges we faced as we designed a way to meet all of those needs in an online course that will need to scale to over 4,000 students. In this session, you will learn about our efforts to construct online courses designed to help design and arts students achieve these goals by personalizing learning while maintaining quality and consistency in the coursework with the support of the QM framework. You will explore the processes and challenges we engaged in to create a large scale, modular course experience to support a diverse community of design and arts students. This session is intended for audiences of all experience levels. While the focus of this experience is design and arts curriculum, this framework could be applied to any discipline.
Meeting the needs of students of over 4,000 students with diverse learning goals and experiences is daunting. In this session, you will learn how we met this challenge through the construction of personalized learning pathways. These were created to help design and arts students achieve their individualized goals while maintaining quality and consistency with the support of QM. This session is relevant for all experiences and disciplines.