Center for Teaching Excellence and Learning (C-TEL)

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Email: ctel@washburn.edu, location: Morgan Hall 204, phone: 785.670.2835 (CTEL), hours: 9-3 Mon-Fri

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Course Design Programs

Course Design Boot Camp

January 10-12 from 9:00am-12:00pm
Garvey room 231
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You only need to registered for this event (once you are registered on this event you will be automatically registered for all 3 dates).

Join Melanie Burdick and Sue Taylor-Owens in this intensive, hands-on seminar. We will offer participants the opportunity to create or revise a course through backwards design. All course types are welcome (in-person, hybrid, and online).


Quality Online Course Initiative (QOCI) Online Course Design

Are you teaching an online course next semester for the very first time?  Do you struggle to organize your online content?  Do you need to know what to do to make your class ADA compliant?  Help is on the way!  C-TEL is offering the Quality Online Course Initiative.  This program is designed to help you design a great online course!

This a real-time online course taught by Sue Taylor-Owens about course design. There will be at least 1 synchronous meeting at the beginning of the course and discussion boards and an assignment every other week.

You will receive $100 stipend for completion of this course (participating in all discussions and completing all assignments). If you choose to have your online course reviewed using the QOCI rubric and pass (80%), you will receive an additional $250 stipend.

Fall 2017 Online Design Course

September 2 - November 19
Online

Spring 2018 Online Design Course

February 4 - April 29
Online
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Quality Online Course Initiative (QOCI) Managing a Meaningful and Active Online Course

Learning is not a passive process; it requires action, experience, and engagement. This course emphasizes the need to think about online instruction in more active terms. During this course, faculty will reflect upon how they manage their online courses with the aim of helping faculty create and manage meaningful learning experiences in the online environment.

This is a real-time, fully online course taught by Becky Dodge, program director of Radiation Therapy (a fully online program), about managing a meaningful and active online course.

You will receive $100 stipend for completion of this course (completing all assignments).

Fall 2017 Managing a Meaningful and Active Online Course

September 2 - November 19
Online

Spring 2018 Managing a Meaningful and Active Online Course

February 4 - TBD
Online
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