On the previous page, you read about the different options for creating an instructor/course introduction. For this assignment, you will build a draft of your instructor and/or course introduction.
Week 1 Online Teaching Persona was presented as content for you to explore your own online teaching personality and may be applied when developing your instructor/Course Introduction. For optional guidance in developing your online persona, please feel free to fill out the Online Teaching Persona Worksheet on your own.
Step 1: Choose Your Option
Depending on your preference, choose one (or more) of the options below to create your Instructor/Course Introduction. You may decide to create just a written introduction, or you may choose to create a written course introduction that also includes a video instructor introduction. Again, this is only a first draft and can be updated later.
- Option 1: Create a written Instructor/Course Introduction
- Option 2: Create a produced Instructor/Course Introduction video for your course
- Option 3: Create your own video or audio introduction using the tools in <Replace - Your LMS>
Step 2: Submit Assignment
Once you have completed this assignment, follow the steps below to submit your Course Orientation (instructor/course introduction and beginning assignments). There will be several different ways to submit your assignment based on the type of introduction you have created.
- Click the Submit Assignment button on the right sidebar to open the assignment submission form.
- Different Options may require either a URL or file submission.
- Use the comment box to add any questions or comments you may have for your instructional designer about this assignment.
- Click the Submit Assignment under the comments field to submit your assignment.
Once submitted, you have completed this assignment. Your instructional designer will review your submission and offer you feedback. If you submitted a video script, your designer will schedule a consultation with <Replace - Video Department>.
TOPKit Sample Course was prepared by the University of Central Florida (UCF). This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.