The document linked above is an instructional plan considering per-requisite skills, professional standards, learning objectives, course timeline, technology requirements, potential accommodations, and assessment for a course covering information needed to perform communications-related duties at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.
The course entails instructor-led synchronous meetings with collaborative breakout assignments, individual, asynchronous quizzes, and access to a discussion portal where participants can openly ask questions, share ideas, provide resources, ask for feedback, etc.
I created this framework for a distance education course titled Foundations of Communications at UT Knoxville after conducting interviews with an instructor and two students.
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– updated 11/16/2018 –