Remember, the last step of the Addie Model is to evaluate.
Did you include informal checks into the content of the course to get student feedback to check their understanding along the way? Or, did you just offer a final evaluation at the end of the course? The course activities should provide the teacher and student feedback on student progress. Ask a student or friend to review your course to proofread and to check for clarity.
You may want to give the reviewer the Quality Matters Rubric and ask them to conduct an evaluation of your course using those standards. Remember, only the items with a “3” are required to be in your course. A fresh pair of eyes or a person unfamiliar with the content can be helpful in identifying problems.
The final item in your course should be a folder entitled "Course Evaluation." Inside this folder, place a link to the course evaluation and explain that all students are asked to participate in order to assure continual improvement of the course.