Course Design Review
Components of the Review
The main components of this review include digital course organization/layout/design, instructional material and content, digital course accessibility, and feedback on digital course assessments linking to student learning outcomes. By requesting a course design review, faculty are seeking feedback and suggestions about strategies to improve the flow and design of their digital course materials. Faculty can consider this feedback and choose the suggestions they want to implement. The course design review process is confidential between the Instructional Designer in UNO’s Office of Digital Learning completing the review and the faculty member requesting the review. See the Course Design Review rubric that will be used.
Please complete the Course Review Request Form if you’d like the Digital Learning Team to review one of your courses. Once your request form is submitted someone from the Office of Digital Learning will begin working on your review. It will take approximately 2 to 4 weeks to complete the review. Once the review has been completed a Digital Learning team member will contact you and set up a meeting to go over the rubric and answer any questions.
UNO staff completing reviews include
- Kristin Bradley, MS – firstname.lastname@example.org
- Erin King, MA – email@example.com
- Marlina Davidson, PhD - firstname.lastname@example.org
There are two nationally recognized instruments for guiding digital course design: Quality Matters and OSCQR. UNO has adopted an adapted version of the OSCQR due to its usability and open-source access. The OSCQR-inspired rubric that the Digital Learning team will use to review your course is provided on the following pages. Read more information about OSCQR.