Asynchronous Modules

 

Our asynchronous modules, based on concepts of microlearning and scalability, are designed to introduce or reacquaint students with concepts related to information literacy and their research. The modules can be used as a standalone lesson for your students to complete outside of the classroom and can be enhanced and reinforced by an application of the concept either through an in-class activity or an asynchronous activity through OnCourse. Most modules include a quiz component that can be connected with the grade book in OnCourse to record when a student has completed the module. For advice and assistance in using these modules for your courses, contact your liaison librarian

Click on any of the links below to view learning objectives, the module itself, and recommended activities to use in coordination with the modules. 
 

 

Instructions to Embed Modules in OnCourse

You can embed any of these in your onCourse site in order to track students' completion of the module. A librarian can assist, or you can follow these instructions.

1. Obtain the SCORM file

2. Login to your onCourse site and choose an area for the module.

3. Click Add an activity or resource.

4. Choose SCORM package

5. Give the module a name, then click to add a file.

6. Choose the SCORM file from your hard drive, then click Save and display. 

The module will appear in your course as a link. This is what it will look like to students:

 

Adding the module to your course will automatically generate a column in the gradebook. You can choose how the module will be graded; the default is to indicate completion when students have completed 100% of the module.