Proposal Title

Identify, Diagnose, Adjust: IDA for Improving Online Courses

Proposal Abstract

IDA is the method Texas Christian University (TCU) uses to assess and improve fully online courses and programs. IDA was developed in 2008 and has proven to be a robust tool for identifying, diagnosing and adjusting online courses, as well as program trouble areas. TCU's employment of IDA integrates the backwards design approach for developing courses, the antithetical data from our Learning Management System, a student's perception of teaching, in addition to, the Online Self-Assessment Tool (OSAT) as our rubric for new and annual course evaluations. TCU designed IDA as an alternative to the Quality Matters Program to acquire more engagement from the faculty and departments.

Location

Room 1220 B

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Presentation (Open Access)

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Mar 27th, 9:00 AM Mar 27th, 9:45 AM

Identify, Diagnose, Adjust: IDA for Improving Online Courses

Room 1220 B

IDA is the method Texas Christian University (TCU) uses to assess and improve fully online courses and programs. IDA was developed in 2008 and has proven to be a robust tool for identifying, diagnosing and adjusting online courses, as well as program trouble areas. TCU's employment of IDA integrates the backwards design approach for developing courses, the antithetical data from our Learning Management System, a student's perception of teaching, in addition to, the Online Self-Assessment Tool (OSAT) as our rubric for new and annual course evaluations. TCU designed IDA as an alternative to the Quality Matters Program to acquire more engagement from the faculty and departments.