Teaching Materials, Best Practice and Templates

Course Design Template and Course Design Rubric

This Course Design Plan (Template) has been designed to help you to plan your course effectively by identifying connections between your learning outcomes, your teaching strategies (implementation) and your assessments of learning. For support using the course design plan, please contact ctl@ualberta.ca or visit request to arrange a consultation.

The Course Design Rubric will help you to reflect on the design of your online course to ensure EDI and design principles are incorporated. You can print the document or you can complete it online. It is recommended you open this file with Adobe Reader in order to make best use of this document’s functionality.

The Importance of Design on Effective Learning

 The Importance of Design on Effective Learning (scrolling presentation)

Manage References for Your Courses with the Library Reading List Service

The University of Alberta Library presents the Reading List Service, which allows instructors to create reading lists using an innovative platform that directly links to library resources and integrates with eClass. This U of A Library video introduces you to the Reading List Service and some of its features. For more information, please visit the Course Materials & Reading Lists page.