ABC Online Course Design
You might benefit from ABC Online Course Design if you are looking to:
- Transition a course fully from in-person to remote delivery
- Workshop the first outline of your remote course
- Break down your weekly lectures, activities, and assessments for transitioning to D2L Brightspace
This process is flexible enough to be used by:
- Individual instructors
- Instructor teams
- Departments or programs
About ABC Online Course Design at Ryerson
ABC Online Course Design was developed by the Centre for Excellence in learning & Teaching at Ryerson University and the Centre for Teaching and Learning at Western University.
The ABC workshop was originally developed by Clive Young and Nataša Perović at the University College London as a rapid, streamlined process for designing and revising courses based on sound educational principles. In 2016, Young and Perović assisted Ryerson in adapting their openly licensed materials to build a workshop that is tailored to the Canadian teaching environment, with a storyboard that reflects our semesters, and cards that are customized to reflect the tools available to our instructors.
“ABC Online Course Design” by Western University’s Centre for Teaching and Learning and Ryerson University’s Centre for Excellence in Teaching and Learning is an adaptation of the ABC Learning Design method by Clive Young and Natasa Perovic, UCL (2015) and Learning Types, Laurillard, D. (2012), and is made available through an Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International , external linkLicense.