The following courses have been peer-reviewed through the Anthology Exemplary Course Program and have demonstrated best practices in four major areas: Course Design, Interaction and Collaboration, Assessment, and Learner Support and are designated as Exemplary Blackboard Courses.
As such, they can proudly display the Exemplary Course badge in their course syllabus and within their Blackboard course.
Designing an online course recognized with the Exemplary Course Award is a noteworthy accomplishment exemplifying a commitment to excellence in online teaching, course development and student engagement. Exemplary course recognition is strong support for further recognition, such as the Certificate of Excellence in Online Teaching and Excellence in Online Teaching Award.
|CIS 181: Web Development I||Selom Assignon||2016|
|ETR 520: Introduction to Educational Research||Jason Rhode||2022|
|ETR 531: Program Evaluation in Education||Stephanie Richter||2023|
|ETT 329: Learning in the Digital Age||Hal Hinderliter, Jason Rhode||2022|
|ETT 510: Instructional Media and Technology||Jason Rhode||2014|
|ETT 511: Advanced Instructional Media Design||Jason Rhode||2016|
|ETT 530: Instructional Technology Tools||Jason Underwood||2022|
|ETT 535: Distance Education - Design and Delivery||Jason Rhode||2023|
|ETT 564: Human Performance Technology||Jason Rhode||2023|
|ETT 570: Instructional Technology Leadership||Jason Rhode||2022|
|ETT 571: Instructional Technology Program Development||Jason Rhode||2016|
|FLJA 102: Beginning Japanese II||Misato Sekita||2023|
|LTLA 341: Language Arts in the Elementary School||Donna Werderich||2022|
|Blackboard Ultra Transition Academy||Center for Innovative Teaching and Learning||2022|
|Online Course Design Academy||Center for Innovative Teaching and Learning||2022|
|Perspectives on Disability||Greg Long, Tracy Miller, Stephanie Richter||2014|
For courses that have met the Exemplary Course Program standards and received an Exemplary Course Award, faculty are encouraged to add the following badge and statement to the course syllabus and/or Blackboard course: