The design principles are the same, whatever the type, of course, you're developing.
Things to keep in mind
TLSS offers a webinar series to show you how to create your online course.
The transition from a traditionally classroom-based course to a distance/online format relies on a combination of instructional and technology-based actions. To help you make this transition, the following section provides a series of strategies and tools to facilitate the development of an online course.
At the University of Ottawa, a blended course is designed such that some in-class time is substituted by equally meaningful online activities. This means that the in-class and online portions of a course are complementary and have been thoughtfully combined to meet the needs of the learner and the goals of the course.
This approach is a combination of two distinct real-time synchronous teaching spaces. One physical space in a classroom on campus where a professor is there, and a second virtual space using a videoconferencing technology (Zoom or MS Teams) for students who choose to take the course remotely.
Use the Virtual Campus (Brightspace) to ensure a smooth process for submitting student assignments, implementing quizzes and providing feedback.