An instructional designer typically works with a team of faculty members and/or subject matter experts to curate or create course content. This content comes from a variety of sources. This competency explains how and when content can be used from a legal standpoint and whether or not it is accessible to all learners. Since this is a collaborative process, you will learn about strategies to evaluate the effectiveness of your team collaboration methods.
This course is also available in the Student Experience Track.
You will have six months to complete this competency and can review the materials at any time during this period. If you wish to access these resources after the six months, you will need to re-enroll.
Upon completion of this competency you will be able to:
- Identify whether content sources are from open education resource (OER) curation sites and can be used in a course development.
- Determine whether publisher materials are appropriately used within a course design.
- Identify copyright licenses of materials found on the Web and in resource repositories.
- Determine whether content materials from the Web are appropriate for use within the course design.
- Evaluate the effectiveness of team collaboration methods.
- Identify whether content is accessible and when additional items, such as transcripts, are needed.
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