The Learning to Teach Online (LTTO) MOOC is based upon the multi award winning open educational resource of the same name, developed by Simon McIntyre and Karin Watson. We have built upon these resources in this MOOC, supporting them with a course structure that puts them into a supportive framework for you all to help you find and connect with each other to share your own experiences in the Discussion Forums. This course is not intended as a comprehensive manual for online teaching. Rather, it is intended as a starting point to help you develop your understanding of the principles involved; a place where you can get advice about strategies you might try; and a means from which you can begin to build your confidence and capacity to continue the learning journey in your own contexts and practice. On successful completion of the course you should be able to: - Identify the importance and use of a range of online technologies in learning, teaching, and course design in contemporary education - Evaluate different course designs involving digital technologies and online learning activities appropriate for a range of teaching contexts - Demonstrate independent enquiry and reflective practice On successful completion of the the two Assignments, you will should be able to: Achieve all of the above learning outcomes plus: - Develop an evidence-supported argument for selecting particular technologies to support an online component of your own course - Design an online component of your class considering your local context, your curriculum, and the benefits and risks of online technologies - Develop evaluation and engagement strategies to ensure your students are engaged with your online course components and how you plan to evaluate the effectiveness of your online course design.