eDesign Course Development Proposal

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The eDesign Course Development Program supports faculty members interested in working with an instructional designer (ID) to develop an online course. In this program, faculty members serve as subject matter experts (SME). The SME’s role is to meet with an instructional designer on a weekly basis to provide content knowledge, course materials, lecture notes, and other course-related resources. By not providing these materials the process is considered a drop-off and is not eligible for compensation. The purpose of this program is to develop a fully-online course that meets the highest national standards for online teaching guided by the Quality Matters rubric.

Courses developed by instructional staff who are not full-time faculty are owned exclusively by the course’s academic department. Such courses can be used by other instructional staff, and cannot be used at any other higher education institution. Full-Time instructional staff should consult with his/her department chair regarding the ownership of courses.

The incentives are:

  • $2,000 stipend when the course is completely developed and peer-approved by a separate instructional designer.
  • The adjunct pay equivalent will be paid as a stipend to the participant when the course is taught.

Proposals for the program must be signed by the candidate’s college dean, department chair, and the candidate. The proposal must be approved by the Director of eLearning. Any changes in the proposal must be resubmitted for approval. Updates on the eDesign course development process will be sent to the department chair periodically throughout the semester.

eDesign Course Development Deadlines:

For courses launching  Spring 2018 – Proposals must be in by  September 14, 2017.

For courses launching  Summer 2018 – Proposals must be in by  January 11, 2018.

For courses launching Fall 2018 – Proposals must be in by May 14, 2018.


THE PROCESS:

  1. Complete the eDesign Proposal form.
  2. Eligibility is confirmed & approvals are secured.
  3. Initial Meeting: Expectations set & project plan created
  4. Course blueprint created
  5. Course content compiled
  6. Lecture material created
  7. Peer review completed
  8. Meeting: Course close-out