Observation Checklist

Candidates can demonstrate that they are able to:

  • 1. Plan and build a site which is well structured and easy for students to navigate. (E1.1, 1.3, RS, RK)

  • 2. Check that all content works as required and remove technical glitches (eg. hyperlinks, multimedia, images). (E1.5, RS, RK)

  • 3. Provide students with a learning plan and orientation information which is accessible with a LMS. (E1.3, RS, RK)

  • 4. Ensure content is presented clearly, and meets minimum accessibility standards for WCAG2.0 (eg. contrasting, test alternatives, appropriate use of colour, appropriate font size). (RS, RK)

  • 5. Ensure all content is copyright compliant (i.e. appropriate labelling, referencing and permissions) (E1.6, RS, RK)

  • 6. Lead and monitor students' participation to maintain momentum through an online learning and assessment journey. (E3.2, 4.1, 6.3, RS, RK)

  • 7. Design authentic and engaging online activities with appropriate sequencing and progression. (E1.3, 3.1, 3.2, 3.4, RS, RK)

  • 8. Use an appropriate range of eLearning tools as required to effectively support students' learning (eg. blogs, discussions, wikis, journals, virtual classroom, hyperlinks, e-books, formative quizzes). (E3.1, 3.2, 3.4, RS, RK)

  • 9. Use clear and appropriate language and ensure all interaction between students is in compliance with the institution's code of conduct. (RS, RK)

  • 10. Identify and use appropriate features in a LIMS to create online assessments, monitor student progress, and provide feedback in compliance with AQTF guidelines and/or other relevant policies or legislation. (E3.1, 4.1, 4.2, RS, RK)

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