The Center for Teaching and Learning is soliciting proposals from faculty interested in developing or teaching an online course(s). The CTL will provide instructional design and multimedia services as well as financial support ($3,000/faculty) for faculty to design a course.
There is a limited capacity for faculty stipends and instructional design contract support; priority will be given to courses that have a larger footprint. The process used for course design is a team approach with the faculty member serving as the content expert while working one-on-one with an experienced instructional designer and a media specialist.
No prior experience with online design or online instruction is required. Faculty interested in applying should complete the form found under “News” on the CTL homepage and email it to Dr. María Parés-Toral, instructional technologist in the Center for Teaching and Learning, by Monday, Oct. 9.
More information about online course development process can be found online.
Additionally, details about new accessibility workshops, online courses, and seminars can be accessed on the CTL Google calendar. Registration for these events can be completed online.
For questions contact the Center for Teaching and Learning.