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Do you need help to raise the quality of an online learning component? Use this Rubric for Online Instruction to evaluate existing courses, self-evaluate your own online course, or to help you design new online courses. The Rubric has been modified in 2009 to include some language to better align instruction guidelines with "accessibility for all." The companion piece "Instructional Design Tips for Online Learning" checklist is recommended to use along with the Rubric. It was... More
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Material Type: Reference Material
Technical Format: PDF
Date Added to MERLOT: October 16, 2002
Date Modified in MERLOT: December 21, 2016
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Keywords: rubric for online instruction, online evaluation, evaluation

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Avatar for Minjuan Wang
1 year ago

Minjuan Wang (Administrator)

CHICO rubric is well-known and widely used. The rubrics are well-developed, comprehensive and highly applicable to course design and teaching. There are rubrics in each of the following areas:

  • Learner Support and Resources
  • Online Organization and Design
  • Instructional Design and Delivery
  • Assessment and Evaluation of Student Learning
  • Innovative Teaching with Technology
  • Faculty Use of Student Feedback

Design of the Site: I would suggest enlarge the Top Menu. I found it in my third visit to the site. During the first two visits, I was not able to find the rubrics.

Time spent reviewing site: 30 minutes
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Avatar for Carlos Sanchez-Lozano
1 year ago

Carlos Sanchez-Lozano (Consultant)

This is a very interesting rubric and I will only evaluate this material, although it seems that now it is part of the QOLT Instrument. I found myself also checking the new instrument. Even in this form, I find it is very useful as it does include several areas that should be well developed in online learning. The PDF file allows to visually check major course components.
Time spent reviewing site: 30 minutes

Avatar for Beth Hundey
1 year ago

Beth Hundey (Staff)

Rubric is clear and well laid out. A printable copy of the rubric is also available.

Important criteria for online course design and implementation are included.  

Time spent reviewing site: 15 minutes

Avatar for Deborah Genet
4 years ago

Deborah Genet (Faculty)

This is valuable content but I am concerned because it is copyrighted material. I thought all content on MERLOT was to be OER?


Avatar for Bonnie Riedinger
4 years ago

Bonnie Riedinger (Administrator)

The link to this rubric is dead (page not found).

Time spent reviewing site: unable to review. Link dead.

Avatar for Bonnie Riedinger
4 years ago

Bonnie Riedinger (Administrator)

The link to this rubric is dead (page not found).

Time spent reviewing site: unable to review. Link dead.

Avatar for Lorna Kearns
5 years ago

Lorna Kearns (Staff)

Easy to use, navigate, and understand. Just the right amount of information for an online course evaluation rubric that you can access quickly and begin using right away.


Avatar for Sue Schmidt
8 years ago

Sue Schmidt (Faculty)

This site provided a very comprehensive rubric for assessing the quality of an online course. An excellent enhancement was access to a checklist of actual functions and content that complements the level of attaining the rubrics rating scale, e.g. baseline, effective, exemplary were also provided. Each year, exemplary courses using WebCT and Blackboard are chosen based on these rubrics and poster images of the faculty selected are posted on the site as well. This information not only provides clear guidance to achieve goals but also a way to acknowledge the excellence demonstrated in implementing quality online instruction.