The seminar is open to all UNF faculty, and preference is given to:
The goal of TOL6100 is to prepare instructors to build high-quality distance learning (DL) and hybrid courses, and support them in that effort. In order to meet that goal, instructors need quality training on common pedagogical, logistical, and technological strategies. This intensive seminar covers pedagogy, course design, instructional strategies, communication strategies, and online assessment.
In order to successfully complete the seminar participants must:
Upon successful completion of all seminar activities and assignments, participants will receive:
ATTENTION! Registration is currently ONLY available for the Spring 2017 cohort. Registration for Summer-2017, Fall-2017, and Spring-2018 cohorts will be available soon.
This seminar is a self-paced online seminar course designed to assist faculty with their development of a high-quality distance learning course. The objective of TOL7100 is that participants design and develop an online course and complete a successful Quality Matters course review within one year of TOL7100 start date. **TOL6100 is a required prerequisite.
Faculty may apply at any point after TOL6100 completion for entry into TOL7100. A maximum of 50 applicants will be accepted in each fiscal year. Chair support to offer the course in a distance learning format is required.
Upon successful completion of the course review, participants will receive:
Note: You cannot apply for TOL7100 to develop a course for which you already received a stipend. If you are unsure,, view the TOL6100/TOL7100 Faculty & Courses webpage.
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