|3. Learning and Teaching as part of BAU Culture
|3.1. Course Design
|Consistent course design has been used.
|An understandable and clear course organization, in which learners take classroom responsibilities, is provided.
|The course design is consistent with the course objectives and in-class evaluations and activities are organized accordingly.
|The course is designed in such a way that the student workload is reasonably and evenly distributed.
|Content has a logical progression and facilitates student interaction/comprehension.
|The course is designed to facilitate easy navigation through the course content.
|The curriculum is student-centered and provides guidance on student learning and participation.
|Course module or unit outcomes are specified.
|Course resources are clearly specified and easy to access.
|Terms and tags (classification, tag), if any, are consistent throughout the course.
|The course syllabus offers many opportunities for students to acquire knowledge (e.g. – the deadlines are stated in the course content, calendar, and assignment lists).
|Online tools work seamlessly with the LMS.
|The course is fully ready and open to students from the first day of the term.