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Blackboard Exemplary

FIU Online is proud to participate in Blackboard Inc.’s Exemplary Course Program, which awards online and blended courses that meet exceptionally high standards for course design, interaction and collaboration, assessment, and learner support. Since 2006, 13 courses from FIU have won the prestigious Blackboard Catalyst Exemplary Course Award, making FIU the most awarded public university in the program.

Alongside the Quality Matters and Gold Standards rubrics, FIU Online uses the Blackboard Exemplary Course rubric as a benchmark of quality for our online course offerings. Visit the Blackboard Exemplary Course Program website for more information about the program and award, and speak to an FIU Online instructional designer if you are interested in submitting your course for review.

Exemplary Course Award Winners

Year

Course Title

Faculty Member

College/Department

2006

Women, Culture & Economic Development

Irma Alonso

College of Arts and Sciences

2008

Psychology of Women

Dionne Stephens

College of Arts and Sciences

2012

Foundations of Educational Research

Melody Whiddon Willoughby

College of Education

2012

Customer Relationship Management

Nancy Rauseo

College of Business

2013

Social and Personality Development

Melody Whiddon Willoughby

College of Arts and Sciences

2013

Wellness Management

Marc Weinstein

College of Business

2014

Crisis Management

Adam Owenz

College of Business

2014

Human Resource Management

Emmanuele Archange

College of Business

2014

Marketing Yourself in Today's Competitive Job Market

Kimberly Taylor

College of Business

2014

Business Law I

Wendy Gelman

College of Business

2014

Issues in Early Childhood Education

Laura Dineheart

College of Education

2014

Educational Psychology

Melody Whiddon Willoughby

College of Education

2014

Project Management Basics

Silvia Gurdian

University College