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EDUC 504 Learning Management Systems, Student Information Systems, and Online Curriculum

In this course, students will evaluate different Learning Management Systems (LMS’s) and Student Information Systems (SIS’s). They will practice utilizing the different functions of an LMS and SIS that will create an engaging course that is adaptive and responsive to how each student learns. Students will also learn about the basic construction of an online course designed for grades K-12. They will examine a rubric that can be used to evaluate online content for navigation, quality, levels of student engagement, and use of social or group activities. In the final portion of the course, students will apply the knowledge they have learned about online course design to create a module in an LMS and then design their own course. Requisites for Graduates: None; Prerequisites for Undergraduates: Acceptance into Teacher Education, and the successful completion of Methods courses. Fall, Spring.