A multitude of resources exist on the Internet that can help you design and develop an interactive online course, however, locating these resources can be very time consuming. With this in mind, the links provided below have been selected to provide access to those resources that I have found useful.
- ATD: Association for Talent Development
- National Teaching and Learning Forum
- United Stated Copyright Office
- American Evaluation Association
- TAMU-AgriLife Employee Directory
- TechSmith – SnagIt & Camtasia
- TAMU Software
- TAMU – Office of Distance Education
- TAMU Computing and Information Services
- Flash Card Creater
- Google Jamboard
Online Training – Course Development
- The Writers Center (http://writing.colostate.edu/): Provides resources for writers and teachers. The Guides for Teachers section address topics such as “helping students generate a topic.”
- Enhanced Course Workload Estimator 2.0 (https://cat.wfu.edu/resources/tools/estimator2/): Provides estimate of hours required for a class based on course duration, readings, writing assignments, videos, discussion posts, exams, meetings, and other assignments.
Online Training – Programming
- Gif Animation Instructions (http://www.frontiernet.net/~steve_glimpse/): If you want to create simple animation but do not know where to begin, this site can help. It provides easy to understand directions on how to create very basic animation.