Steps: Identify who will teach or facilitate the course(s)Identify start date(s) for the course(s)Identify a program manager – if desiredDeliver/teach/facilitate the course(s) Questions to Consider: Teaching Determine frequency of the offering.Consider self-paced or rolling admissions.Identify current faculty and staff resources.If your program scales, how will you support instruction? Will you…
- Identify who will teach or facilitate the course(s)
- Identify start date(s) for the course(s)
- Identify a program manager – if desired
- Deliver/teach/facilitate the course(s)
Questions to Consider:
- Determine frequency of the offering.
- Consider self-paced or rolling admissions.
- Identify current faculty and staff resources.
- If your program scales, how will you support instruction? Will you consider hiring LTL or adjunct instructors to teach?
- Indicate the number of people (by FTE) involved. (tenure/tenure-track faculty, adjunct faculty, visiting faculty, post doc, clinical/professional faculty, continuing/limited term lecturer, graduate student, undergraduate student, external to the university (EX: clinical site supervisor, student teaching supervisor, corporate partner), extension specialist, extension educator)
- Indicate the capacity in which they serve. (instructor, advisor, mentor, director, course designer, grader, supervisor, other)
- Will you provide training/support for faculty and staff? Or, direct faculty and staff to central training/support resources?
- New to online teaching
- Interacting with students
- Continuing education/skill enhancement
- How will you ensure and enable engaging teaching and instruction delivery? How will you assess effective teaching?
- How will you evaluate instructors?
- Will you have a program manager?
- What will the duties of the program manager be?
Who is Involved:
3rd Party Vendor (Collaborator)
Purdue Online (Collaborator)