Collaborative Course Building: Professors and Publisher Linda Scharp, McGraw-Hill Higher Education, Learning Solutions Diane M. Reddy, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Raymond Fleming, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Creating an Online Psychology Course for UW-Milwaukee.
ordered the course topics according to our desired sequence,
created a new topic, and
added videoclips based upon the reviewer comments.
Dear Professor Reddy,Finishing up my last quiz in your Introduction to Psychology online course acouple of weeks ago was very self-fulfilling. It is a great feeling ofaccomplishment.Although at first I was skeptical about how much knowledge Iwould actually obtain without the personal influence of an instructor I wasvery much surprised about the amount of material that I can recall and actuallyintegrate into my everyday life.Your TA's were absolutely awesome in providinghelp and encouragement.Everyone has busy schedules these days includingmyself. While only a freshman at UWM, I am trying to pull off an almost fulltime job in order to pay for my schooling. I also live off campus. Thisopportunity allowed me to take the free time that I do have and put it to gooduse. This online course was absolutely wonderful and I would love to takeanother of the same type in my future endeavors here at UWM.
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McGraw-Hill’s Learning Solutions dedicated team of instructional designers, editors, and technical specialists empowered me to create a more interactive, successful learning experience for my students.
online courses apart?
MHHE course objectives were designed to highlight key topics and to focus on the concepts students have difficulty understanding—theCritical Path
Survey of Experts
20-30 Subject Matter Experts identified:
All of MHHE courses are built in topical learning modules:
SCORM (Sharable Content Object Reference Model)
Each screen contains “clickable” icons so students can:
Every course has an extensive glossary of key terms.