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Instructional designers at a Midwest university piloted a survey based on the Quality Matters general standards asking students about their online course experience prior to the COVID-19 pandemic. Students were asked to indicate whether they experienced a specific course design element and whether they considered that element to be important to their learning experience. Follow-up interviews with some participants were also held. Data from the survey indicated students perceive their online course experience to be good based on course design elements they encountered. Implications for providing additional faculty development programming based on the results of the study are discussed.
Miller, Carrie Lewis and Manderfeld, Michael
"Student Stories of Online Learning,"
Journal on Empowering Teaching Excellence: Vol. 6:
2, Article 5.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.usu.edu/jete/vol6/iss2/5
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