The following list is intended to give instructors some insight and ideas toward developing effective online syllabi.
From Pennsylvania State University, this page lists the ingredients for an effective syllabus for a distance education course. It also contains specific guidelines and suggestions for course planning.
From ALN Magazine, Volume 4, Issue 2. By Teresa Welsh of the University of Tennessee.
From the web site of the Department of Education of the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada. By Joyce Johnston of George Mason University. The article "explores the practical and philosophical issues that inform construction (of an online syllabus) so that the finished site will truly reflect its creator, who, in turn, has adjusted to the realities of instructional relationships in hyperspace".
J. David Perry, Ph.D., Director of Evaluation and Testing at Indiana University, created this online syllabus for his graduate level course in the School of Education.
Kathleen Gilbert, Ph.D., created this syllabus for her graduate level course in the IU School of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation.