PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT STIPEND
This workshop is available to all faculty (full or part-time) including lecturers, instructors, clinical teaching-track, tenure-track, and tenured. This also includes those that have taught in condensed formats as well as those new to an intensive delivery. Faculty members who are preparing to teach a Maymester online or hybrid course (Mondays – Thursdays, May 16- June 2, 2016) or a condensed summer online or hybrid course (described as less than the traditional 16 week format) for the first time are eligible for a $500 stipend by attending both sessions of the “Teaching Online in Condensed Formats” workshop and providing the CFD access to your Canvas shell that contains at minimum a copy of your course syllabus, readings, assignments, assessment measures, and a schedule of topics with accompanying due dates by May 2nd, 2016. Courses must show as active on the Maymester/Summer schedule, however if a course is not offered due to low enrollment, the stipend will still be provided. Space is limited. Register by February 1, 2016 for the workshop by following this link.
For more information contact:
Donna Sobel, Acting Director, Center for Faculty Development
CU ONLINE CORE+ GRANT PROGRAM
CU Online is accepting proposals to fund the development of new (never offered) online courses including campus core, GT pathways and high demand courses. Additional funds for standalone, catalog courses are available on a limited basis. $4,OOO will be provided to the faculty member for each fully online course they develop and for participating in training and course peer review. At least $2500 will be provided for each hybrid science/lab course. $2,000 will be provided for development of a hybrid course or if an existing hybrid course is developed for online delivery. Faculty may take this as a stipend or have the funds transferred to a development account for any use that would benefit their online teaching. CU Online will provide faculty with technical support and training. Faculty receiving the CU Online grant must agree to successfully complete the Online Skills Mastery (OSM) course and participate in a Peer Review of the newly developed course.
For more information and an application contact: