This page outlines questions you should consider when embedding group work in your course.

How do I evaluate a blended or online course? 

If UNSW's Course and Teaching Evaluation Improvement system (CATEI) does not gather sufficiently detailed feedback from students about the online activities, you may wish to:

The process of designing blended and online courses is covered in this section of the site.

Using other people's work in your course

Original works and other subject matter are automatically given copyright protections under Australian law. Copyright law is intended to provide a balance between rewarding creators for the use of their works and allowing users reasonable access to those works.

When setting up your online content, make it accessible for all people. Ensure that students using assistive technologies can access all the learning materials you include in a course. For maximum accessibility of your material to students of all degrees of ability, including those with a sensory or cognitive disability, keep all elements of your online course simple, concise and consistent within the course.

Pages that will help you create your Moodle course structure:

When to review your design

Review your online course design at several points to ensure that it is achieving the desired outcomes. The Design Review Checklist on this page is a basic reviewing tool, but we advise you to carry out additional student testing of your site before you make it available to all your students.

Some key stages when you should review your course design are: