Stipend and Assistance for summer remote courses
The ACCB process involves one-on-one faculty/instructional designer meetings to build a student-ready course for remote online instruction. In general, 1-3 hours will be the average instructor time commitment. Times will vary based on the complexity of the course. This process includes:
- assistance with Webex, Mediasite, or other live or recorded video content
- a Canvas course template
- an ADA compliant syllabus template
- a teacher/student communication plan
- assistance with gradebook and calendar tool
- student-centered course objectives
- information about university policies, student accessibility services, student support resources, and technical support.
A $250 stipend will be paid based on meeting the ACCB quality review standards. (Based on Quality Matters course review standards.) There is no expectation of on-going online course delivery associated with ACCB faculty assistance. All course materials remain the property of the faculty member. To request ACCB assistance please complete the Academic Continuity Course Build Form
*Stipends are paid for courses listed as fully online.
A good companion training for ACCB is the Teaching Online Orientation – $100 stipend
This fully-online course covers the basic information needed to teach online. Included in this faculty training are: tips for communicating with students in a remote format, using the Canvas gradebook, and effective practices for online teaching. This Canvas-based course can be completed in approximately 4 hours. Stipend* for successful completion available for eligible faculty– $100.
To register, complete the form linked here Form
These 2 services are unique and faculty members can enroll in either or both opportunities. Stipend payments will be made upon successful completion of each service.
*Stipends are available for faculty only.