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Sharing Learning Online 101

Thanks for looking into Learning Online 101!  I hope the export below will work with your LMS.  We are limited in how it can be exported, but hope the blueprint created as a Google Doc will also help provide the content. 

If you are a Current CSUCI Student . . .

If you are a CSUCI Student trying to enroll in Learning Online 101, please use the self-enroll link. The rest of this article is for other schools interested in copying the course.

Help us track the data!

This course is freely shared with a CC-BY-NC-SA license. We are trying to keep track of where this course is shared. If you haven’t already, please take a moment and complete this brief form. Thank you!

Canvas Commons

If you are a Canvas user, you can search Canvas Commons for “Learning Online 101” or use the permalink.

Non-Canvas Users

If you are not using Canvas, the course export is available in Dropbox. If you are using Moodle, please note the Dropbox export downloads as an .imscc file. Once the file downloads, you may need to change it to a .zip file.

Course Blueprint

The Course Blueprint (Google Doc) is also available as ‘view only’. Feel free to make a copy and edit!

Qualtrics Online Readiness Survey

(Online readiness survey included in the Course for students)
The Survey is available in Dropbox as a qsf file for import into Qualtrics.

Creative Commons Attribution

Below is the Creative Commons attribution: 

Learning Online 101 by CSU Channel Islands | Teaching & Learning Innovations is licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 4.0

Follow up please!

Please keep us posted on how you adapt and implement this course! We hope to pursue further research opportunities regarding impact and implementation. Please contact megan.eberhardt-alstot@csuci.edu, if you have questions or would like to connect! 

Updated on October 14, 2021

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