Instructional Materials: Get Started
The instructional materials (e.g., texts, articles, websites, videos) you choose should support the learning objectives for your course. Instructional materials should be current, relevant, provided in multiple formats, and be presented to students in manageable segments. There should be a clear distinction between required and optional materials.
After completing this module, you will be able to do the following:
- Provide a variety of up-to-date and relevant instructional materials that match the stated learning objectives.
- Provide source references and permissions for use of instructional materials.
- Identify effective ways to share instructional materials on Brightspace.
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