The Center for Distributed Learning is committed to facilitating online course quality by offering online course reviews that align closely with the State University System of Florida’s 2025 Strategic Plan for Online Education. As an opt-in initiative, faculty who are interested in a course review will work with an instructional designer with the overall purpose of improving the learning experience of students. Elements include seamless course structure and navigation, an up-to-date syllabus, and activities which encourage meaningful learning. Once meeting the criteria, the course is eligible to convey the Quality and/or High Quality designation.
As the spring semester comes to an end, we’d like to recognize the November 2019 – April 2020 faculty who have earned a Quality and/or High Quality designation for at least one of their online courses. Congratulations!
|Sergio Alvarez||Nathan Holic|
|Candice Bridge||Gail Humiston|
|Bruce Caulkins||Albert Xinliang Liu|
|James Clark||Jane Moody|
|Veronica Decker||Marino Nader|
|Luiz Duarte||Amy Reckdenwald|
|Madelyn Flammia||Maria Reyes|
|William Fogarty||Sandra Sousa|
|Alan Fyall||Kelly Stevens|
|Sandra Galura||Ladda Thiamwong|
|Martha Garcia-Stout||Bruce Wilson|
Impact: Fall 2017 – April 2020: 225 course sections designated as Quality, 48 course sections designated as High Quality, 31 inherited or blueprint courses designated as Quality or High Quality
Resources: UCF Quality Initiative
Contributors: CDL Instructional Design team