Given the increasing demand for an education that is compatible with a students’ professional or private life, there is a growing need for higher-educational bodies to launch high-quality online classes that allow students to pursue their education while fitting it around their individual commitments. Thus, more than ever, guidance is needed on how to design an online class successfully. Drawing on the design of an asynchronous Digital Marketing online class, this article discusses strategic decisions regarding content creation, personalization, assignments, and assessment ideas that may hold the potential to increase students’ engagement in an online class. The insights provided may be relevant and applicable to instructors tasked with teaching online and will be of interest to a large academic audience from various backgrounds interested in online instruction. Detailed directions on how to replicate the procedures in order to design online classes successfully in the future are illustrated.
Graul, Antje R. H.
"Successful Strategies for Content Creation and Design of Online Classes,"
Journal on Empowering Teaching Excellence: Vol. 4
, Article 5.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.usu.edu/jete/vol4/iss1/5