The UW–Madison’s Educational Innovation (EI) Initiative will be offering TeachOnline@UW Program summer sessions this year. This program is a great opportunity for instructors to get a quick start on developing their online courses.
TeachOnline@UW is a unique learning community that supports faculty and instructional staff in designing or redesigning fully online courses. Participants have the opportunity to explore and implement research-based online course design and teaching best practices in two courses: “Plan & Design” and “Facilitation & Management.” Both courses will be offered in the summer, mostly in an online format and in an accelerated timeline, to be completed before the fall semester begins.
Stipends will be provided based on completion of the courses: $1,500 for completing both courses; $750 for completing one. To support instructors in developing quality online courses, applicants who do not have course development funding, yet meet department and campus strategic needs, may be selected to apply for instructional design assistance and course development funds to complete their online course, and participate in course evaluations and quality reviews.
For more information about the program, participation details, and to apply, visit: www.teachonline.wisc.edu. To ensure consideration, apply by Tuesday, April 23, 2019.
For questions, please contact the TeachOnline@UW Program Manager, Karen Skibba at firstname.lastname@example.org.This entry was posted in Teaching & Advising by Nicole. Bookmark the permalink.