So you want to build an online orientation program. Welcome to the club! I’m so excited for you to learn and experiment and be creative while bringing your program to life!
For most student affairs professionals, creating an online orientation program, or any online program for that matter, is relatively new, and full of unknowns and questions. The content on this site aims to guide you through the project, provide you with processes, frameworks, and tools, and help ensure that you are able to implement evidence-based online learning strategies into your course.
Content in this part of the site has been organized into four different categories:
All categories can be accessed using the main menu, or the category widget in the sidebar. Blog posts can also be viewed directly from the blog page.
Don’t know where to start? These six blog posts will give you a good understanding of a variety of processes, frameworks, considerations and tasks that are involved in creating an online orientation program. Together, they should create a good springboard for you!
- Community of inquiry model
- How to use an outcomes-based approach to design an online orientation program
- Factors to consider when choosing learning activity formats
- A simple model for assessing your online orientation program
- 7 things to consider in your marketing strategy
- 10 lessons learned from our first launch