There is not much time left in the session to complete your project, so it is a good time to think about what needs to be done. What is left to do?
I could probably spend another 20-hours on my course adding, revising, changing, and going back and forth on what could or could not help what is already on my Canvas Course. However, in the end, I understand that others need to help me in this process of deciding when a course is ready – especially if there are any brave souls who will be willing to possibly take the course, just for fun.
What challenges have you faced?
Overall, the biggest challenge has been trying to find the time to focus on the course creation. Beyond this, the next biggest challenge has been the overall content. Not the structure, but the content I hope will bring about what I proposed the goals and objectives of the course to be. It is here I really need to interact with “experts” in the field of the topic I have chosen. After finding the time and content, I think I have a pretty good grasp of the design, structure, and overall flow of the course. I am pretty proud of what I was able to do, even though I realize it is pretty basic overall when looking at some of my peer’s work.
Will you be able to meet your timeline for completion?
Yes. But, this is based upon the knowledge of knowing it could still be revised and tweaked to death.
Why or why not?
Will you be able to implement?
No. As I am not a faculty member where I work, and it would need to be approved by the Faculty Senate, Faculty as a whole, and so on and forth…I have instead downloaded the contents from Canvas in hopes of being able to add components of the course (or structure) in future classes I will help faculty create in their particular area of expertise.
Only what I receive from my professor and peers from this course. I may have a few friends from work who look at it, but not at the depth for which it will receive from CECS 5510.