You may want to reach out to the International Association for Language
Learning Technology (IALLT http://iallt.org/). They have an active
listserv (LLTI), and I know that many of them have either taught online
language classes or supported those who have. They should be able to
provide you with several examples and lots of information.
Judi Franz, MA <[log in to unmask]>
Classroom Development and Outreach
OIT Classroom Technology Support
University of California, Irvine
On 10/20/16, 3:29 PM, "The EDUCAUSE Instructional Design Constituent Group
Listserv on behalf of Jackson, Michele"
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>Hello all –
>Our faculty are reviewing student requirement for demonstrating foreign
>language proficiency (FLP). One issue they are looking at is whether or
>not to accept online courses (taken at other colleges/universities) as
>counting toward the FLP
> requirement. I have been asked to provide examples or information that
>can help our faculty make an informed decision.
>Our faculty are primarily concerned that the course includes authentic
>interaction experiences (similar to conversation within a classroom) and
>that the courses can demonstrate that students meet stated learning
>objectives. I’m wondering
> if folks can direct me to good examples? If you don’t think there are
>any, let me know because that’s useful too!
>Thanks very much,
>Michele H. Jackson, Ph.D.
>Associate Provost for University eLearning Initiatives
>College of William & Mary
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