Effective Online Student Engagement Certificate

Overview

The Effective Online Student Engagement (EOSE) Certificate is a four-course program designed to assist faculty in designing online courses, facilitating both asynchronous and synchronous learning and assessing online learning.

Program

  • Curriculum

    REQUIRED COURSES (8 Hours)
    Course Hours Course Hours
    PD 3192
    EOSE: Engaging Course Design
    2 PD 3193
    EOSE: Engaging Students Synchronously
    2
    PD 3194
    EOSE: Engaging Students Asynchronously
    2 PD 3195
    EOSE: Meaningful Online Assessment
    2
    COV or FCOV courses with the same course number as the courses listed above can be counted toward completion of this certificate program.
  • Completion Requirements

    To successfully complete the program, the employee must complete all required courses.

  • How to Enroll

    To enroll in courses that are currently available for this program:

    1. Click the button below to log into myLearning and view the courses that are currently available for this program:

    View the Courses

    2. Hover your cursor over any course card. Click the "Enroll" or “View Session” button. Then click “Register.”

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  • How to Track Certificate Completion

    If you would like to track the courses you have completed for this certificate, log into myLearning (https://bridge.fscj.edu) and view the courses listed under the “Completed” section on the myLearning tab. You can compare your completed courses to the list of courses that are required for this certificate. Note: To see the full course titles, click the View icon at the top right of the screen and select “List”.

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  • Digital Credential / Badging

    We provide a verifiable and secure digital credential for this certificate completion, symbolized by a badge that is sharable with career networks. The digital badge serves to signal achievement to current and/or potential employers; to motivate engagement and collaboration; and to build upon and formalize identity, reputation, and value within educational and professional communities.