“Online Course Quality Program”
Nathaniel will work with the TLC to develop a college-wide peer-review process for online courses. He will work closely with faculty and administrators to develop a process that provides quality assurance while also facilitating professional development. He and the TLC team will develop rubrics, instructions, training sessions, and a website to support the endeavor.
“Educational Philosophy – A MOOC!”
Don will utilize TLC tech skills to create CSC’s first-ever Massive Open Online Course, or MOOC. The core, graduate-level course, EDCI 633: Educational Philosophy, supports three MA programs that account for much of CSC’s graduate enrollment. He plans to develop the course with a broad range of new media and release the project under a Creative Commons license, so that it can be reused and repurposed by educators all over the world.
Hank McCallum & Lori Entzminger
“Special Education Program Design and Course Development”
Hank and Lori will split the fellowship award and work with the TLC staff to develop a plan to design and convert all of the courses in the special education curriculum to no-materials-cost online-course formats; they will also work with the TLC to design a prototype course that will become the template for subsequent special-education course development.
For more information about the TLC Fellowship Program, visit: http://academic.csc.edu/tlc/blog/?p=1003.