Resources & Support
We published The IDEAL Distance Education and Blended Learning Handbook, 7th Edition, just as we were finishing this course. The Handbook is not directly aligned to this course but includes many of the recommendations and resource examples included here. Both draw on the same research and shared work from practitioner networks. This is a great resource if you would rather learn from a text-based format.
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Are you interested in getting access to the course modules and/or materials for your program? There are a number of ways you can use this content to support professional development initiatives in your organization:
- Simply share the link to this website with practitioners you would like to complete self-paced learning. People can share their badges with you to show completion.
- Add depth to the topics and/or modules by linking to them in a learning management system. You can support a facilitated cohort professional learning experience by adding discussion questions and monitoring participant progress. We ask that you give proper attribution to the EdTech Center in line with the creative commons license attribution requirements as shown below.
- Request a copy of the Articulate Storyline files. This course has a creative commons license, so you can use the files to make minor changes that customize the content to your particular setting. Of course, you need to have a license for Storyline and the skills to make use of it. Email us at email@example.com
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