ONLINE LEARNING/DISTANCE EDUCATION COURSE DEVELOPMENT GRANTS

ONLINE LEARNING/DISTANCE EDUCATION COURSE DEVELOPMENT GRANTS

2 Pages · 2011 · 124 KB · English

ONLINE LEARNING/DISTANCE EDUCATION COURSE DEVELOPMENT GRANTS SUMMER 2012 TWO CATEGORIES OF COURSE DEVELOPMENT GRANTS will be provided by the office of the Vice

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ONLINE LEARNING/DISTANCE EDUCATION COURSE DEVELOPMENT GRANTS SUMMER 2012 TWO CATEGORIES OF COURSE DEVELOPMENT GRANTS will be provided by the office of the Vice Provost for Academic Administration to develop for credit undergraduate and graduate courses for online asynchronous delivery during the Summer 2012 Category A: The following guidelines apply to all interested faculty members who have not previously received an online course development grant: PURPOSE: A COURSE DEVELOPMENT GRANT of $2,500 per course/faculty member will be provided by the office of the Vice Provost for Academic Administration in support of faculty time and effort to develop for credit undergraduate and graduate courses to be delivered on line asynchronously in Summer 2012 GUIDELINES: 1) All interested faculty may submit a grant proposal (category “A”) to their respective school dean for approval All proposals must include a brief description of the proposed course and the goals and purposes of the course All proposals must contain a significant innovation in pedagogy that fully utilizes asynchronous technology and other technology enhancements while promoting student learning, student interest and interaction in a virtual setting In addition, the proposal should describe the desired learning outcomes and ways these will be assessed 2) All deans may recommend the faculty membe r(s) and course(s) they propose to develop for summer 2012 offering It is recommended th at courses be in the 2XX, 3XX, 4XX , 5XX or 6XX level in the standard 3 credit hour module and designed for delivery in an accelerated seven week format The selected course (s) should come f rom the existing curriculum; however, new courses may also be developed for online learning delivery , subject to the approval of the appropriate dean Courses proposed for General Education credit mu st first be submitted to the General Education Program office for review and approval , and then forwarded to the Vice Pro vost for Academic Administration’s office Approved proposals with Deans’ approvals and r ecommendations must be received in the Vice Provost’s Office, by Friday , November 4, 2011 via e mail to [email protected] Selected proposals for this grant will be annou nced to the faculty on or before Friday, November 18, 2011 3) F aculty members receiving this grant must attend and complete the course development, design and delivery tutorial to be conducted online using Blackboard through the Cent er for Teaching, Research and Learning (CTRL) during spring 2012 They must also agre e to teach the approved on line course during summer 201 2 in accordance with the university’s summer schedule Teaching compensation will be paid in accordance with current university policy for summer teaching of a standard 3 credit hour course 4) An abstract or brief course description and course dates must be provided to Vi Ettle , Vice Provost, for inclusion in S umm er 201 2 publications and website During summer 2012, online classes may be scheduled for either the first seven week session of May 14 through June 28, or the second seven week session of July 2 through August 16 In addition, faculty should provide this same information to their respective dean/associate dean for submission of paperwork to the Registrar’s office for inclusion in the Sc hedule of Classes 5) P ayment of the course development grant will be made to faculty as follows: of the first 50%, payment of $1,250 will be made upon completion of course development and design as certified by CTRL, by May 2012 payroll ; the balance o f $1,250 will be paid a fter the first week of the summ er 2012 class , generally, the first summer

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