A video describing the process of course alignment and an introduction to assessments.
A video describing how to create course learning objectives.
An explanation of course alignment, how to achieve it using a course alignment grid template, and sample grid of a well-aligned course.
Faculty showcase presentation by Amelia Jones. A resource on how to create inclusive curriculum by decolonizing course and program content.
A stepwise procedure for implementing open educational resources (OERs) in academic courses. Also included are connect information for USC librarians who can assist instructors with locating and utilizing OERs.
A list of common questions from instructors regarding learning objectives and best-practice answers.
This guide serves as an explanation of using in-class work to evaluate student participation, and why in-class work is preferred over less-structured forms of participation. Suggestions for facilitating in-class work, and samples, are provided.
An introduction to the flipped course, a course design style that is more consistent with theories of human learning than traditional lecture-style courses and supported by educational research.
An introduction to Bloom’s Taxonomy and its use in designing course learning objectives and assessments.
This resource offers recommendations and suggests considerations when planning and implementing assessments for remote students.