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.
TD 1: Is the use of eLearning the most appropriate way to achieve the intended learning outcomes?
TD 2: Is consideration given to ways in which face-to-face opportunities may complement eLearning and eTeaching?
TD 3:How can library staff support access to relevant digital resources for the programme?
TD 4: Are eLearning materials within the boundaries of copyright and digital licensing agreements?
TD 5: Are staff development personnel involved in the introduction of new approaches, tools and materials?
TD 6: Is there a high level of interaction designed for, structured and supported?
TD 7: Have minimum standards for eLearning engagement and interaction been agreed upon for teachers and learners?
TD 8: Are online assessment practices safe, secure, fair reliable and valid?
TD 9: Do the assessments reflect learners' content knowledge and practice separate from their digital skill level?
TD 10: Is technology an enabler rather than a barrier to learners in assessment situations?
TD 11: Will students receive guidance on study skills for the eLearning environment?
TD 12: Are staff adequately supported and professionally developed to learn about and use required learning technologies and online resources?
TD 13: Do teaching staff engage in an online teaching orientation programme?