The planning, design and preparation of eLearning and assessment materials for delivery to a set of learners. It considers collaborative design, teaching, learner skills, needs and support.
QD 1: Has the organisation appointed leadership of the developments of quality eLearning?
QD 2: Has the organisation collaboratively developed a vision for eLearning that is aligned with its overall vision for teaching and learning?
QD 3: Do stakeholders such as employers, learners, teaching staff, library and other support staff have opportunities to offer suggestions on the eLearning course developments?
QD 4: Is there consideration for and a clear link between graduate capabilities and content knowledge in the design of eLearning courses?
QD 5: Is there evidence that pedagogy leads the design, development and operations of eLearning and eTeaching?
QD 6: Are eLearning tools aligned with deliberate pedagogical choices, and is this articulated and documented?
QD 7: Is there a clear engagement with the NZ eLearning guidelines (eLg) to support quality practices?
QD 8: Are organisation-wide policies and processes in place to ensure sustainable, quality interactions with learners?
QD 9: Does the learning design support digital information literacy development?
QD 10: Are there policies and processes in place to ensure proactive support for eLearners?
QD 11: Has stakeholder input been considered in the development of quality policies, processes and outcomes for eLearning?