Understanding how much content and how many activities to put into the design of an online or hybrid course can be difficult. How do faculty know if there is too much or too little and how it compares to what is going on in other courses in their department? At St. John Fisher College, we use a time on task analysis to lay out the overall design of the course from the perspective of how much time students will need to spend to complete all course activities. This presentation will provide the justification for this model of training, examples of how it is used and how it has been received by faculty.
Sabourin, Katie, "How Much is Too Much? Avoiding the Course and Half Syndrome" (2014). Educational Technology Publications. Paper 1.
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