5.1. Student learning outcomes/goals/objectives available in multiple course areas (e.g.
assignment descriptions, each learning module, etc...) so students know what is expected.
5.2. Students can easily find, access, and review content and required resources.
5.3. Students can easily move back and forth between internal and external course resources.
5.4. Learning modules inclusive of assigned reading information and links to relevant
resources/tools where used to reduce labor-intense learning for students.
5.5. Clearly labeled tutorial materials easily accessible (with a few clicks), included
on required course technologies, with an easy return to other course areas.
5.6. Course uses LMS features for facilitating streamlined content delivery and interaction.
5.7. Hidden folder for faculty resources to ensure course quality across multiple instructors.
5.8. Directions or links to descriptions of technical, learning, academic and student
support clearly labeled and easy to find (Ferris Student Resource Hubmay be used).
5.9. Course Netiquette expectations for discussions, email and other forms of communication
provided with examples given.
5.10. Relevant FAQs, including where to find the text(s) and the minimum technical skills
5.11. Clear explanations of optional and/or required technology (including any costs) and
links to where it can be captured and installed/downloaded.
5.12. Schedule of Events clearly labeled and easy to find, containing key coursework timelines
and goals; calendar and assignment/assessment due dates correctly set for current
5.13. Orientation to course and online learning includes clear description of the navigation
plan and course expectations using short video, annotated screenshot, or document
accessible in the "Start Here/Welcome" area of the course.