Online delivery can be a challenging prospect for both teachers and students. Our goal is to make this transition easier for everyone. Online instruction can actually be an opportunity to create a more engaging, interactive experience for your students if you take full advantage of the available technology!

While you cannot replicate the type of interaction that takes place in the face to face setting, there are still several opportunities to encourage engagement, discussion, collaboration and to motivate students.

Below we've put together a set of guidelines that will make it easier for you to manage. Simply click on them to download and begin!

Guidelines For Online Courses

This guide informs lecturers of the primary concepts and procedures associated with online learning and the creation of courses on the eLearning Platform.

The Online Environment

This document covers the different methods lecturers implement in enhancing the content of their course page.

eLearning Policy

General policies and guidelines for lecturers and faculty while using the eLearning Platform.

Course Syllabus Template

This document will acquaint lecturers with the necessities of a course, based on the Sir Arthur Lewis Community College's Syllabus.

Sample Course
Introduction to Digital Literacy

This module introduces learners to the concept of digital literacy. Learners will be encouraged to reflect on their roles as digital citizens.

Planning For Online Delivery

It is important to plan for your online delivery. Front end planning prevents complications in the future and helps you provide clear instruction in the eLearning environment.

Sample Guideline
Events of Instruction

The most used instructional design model is Gagnés Nine Events of Instruction. As we transition into the online environment, the steps presented become even more relevant, though it is important to structure instruction so that these steps are clearly visible in the online context.

Course Review Checklist

Quality eLearning courses engage learners and help them gain new knowledge or skills. This checklist is designed to help you ensure the quality of your course before releasing it to your learners.

Facilitating Learner Engagement

A guide to key criteria for engaging with your learners. We will define the key features of project-based learning, as well as discuss strategies to support communication and collaboration.