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Adapting InTeGrate Materials for Online Courses

By Tara Holmberg

Northwestern Connecticut Community College

As part of my second mentoring of the InTeGrate FMN for QUBES, I chose to focus on my conversion of several resources to an online course format.

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Version 1.0 - published on 22 Aug 2018 doi:10.25334/Q43T42 - cite this

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As part of my second mentoring of the InTeGrate FMN for QUBES, I chose to focus on my conversion of several resources to an online course format.  I’ve used InTeGrate materials in multiple onground and hybrid courses since Spring 2016.  Student achievement gains in objectives related to soils, agriculture, mining, climate change, among others have been measurable through these resources. Beginning in the fall of 2017, and continuing through spring and summer 2018, I began to add InTeGrate modules to purely online courses (Intro to Environmental Science and Earth Science) with the same goals and outcomes. The interactive and interdisciplinary nature of the InTeGrate modules bring richness to a course that should be available to students no matter what through which modality they are learning.

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