Master Course Project - Aviation Program
eLearning has been working with departments across campus to create program master courses. These master courses are aligned with department learning outcomes and can be used by Instructors to teach a course or as a base to build a new personal master course from. eLearning worked with the Aviation Maintenance Program to create 25 program master courses for their airframe, power plant, and general maintenance courses.
Pat Dewitt, one of the full time faculty members of the Aviation Maintenance Program led the project in partnership with eLearning. A process was created to develop the 25 new program master courses that could be used as the base for developing future courses.
This process included:
- Meeting with and training faculty on using Desire2Learn.
- Converting paper lab forms to digital documents.
- Working with Instructors for adding content to the master courses.
- Placing the current Federal Aviation Administration question library into each master course allowing Instructors to pull from the library to create custom quizzes inside of Desire2Learn.
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