The CRDDP outlines the university-wide process and components of course design. The policy fulfils external requirements for course design and relies on contemporary research to promote best practice and drive excellence in the course design process.
The course design process outlines CSU procedures for iterative and collaborative design, and constructive alignment of learning experiences to meet the needs of student learning. The process applies to both new courses and courses undergoing review.
You can find information, instructions and resources on the course design process on the Professional Learning section of this page and in the Course Lifecycle Handbook.
Professional learning will soon be available for those directly involved in course review, design and development on the Course Design webpage. In the interim, please contact your Course Design Lead for support:
In CourseSpace, a course team can work collaboratively on the course design process. Feedback collected throughout this process is used to ensure quality and is used in submissions for Faculty Course Committee approval. CourseSpace also provides evidence of alignment of the components of the course to address TEQSA and industry standards and can be used in external accreditation submissions.