ONLINE LEARNING COMMITTEE

 

 

IMPORTANT DATES

 
Fall Delivery
 
 - Submit no later than 1/15
 
Summer Delivery
  
- Submit no later than 1/15
 
Spring Delivery
 
 - Submit no later than 8/15
 
 
Online Course Proposal Agreement & Instructions 
 
             
 
  • For forms and other information, visit the proposal page.
  • All Keystone Faculty members are invited to propose a course for online delivery.
  • Online courses are capped at 20; up to 5 more students may be added, but only at the Faculty memberís discretion. There is no extra compensation for additional students. (Updated 4/8/2008)
  • Online Course Development & Instruction may require additional technical training and does require an orientation session.
  • All Online Course Proposals are reviewed by the Online Learning Committee which meets the third Thursday of the month Aug-May.
  • The online course will conform to course content and learning outcomes as specified in any syllabus previously approved for face-to-face delivery. (This form is for courses already on the books.)
  • Course content shall meet Copyright Guidelines.
  • All courses will be developed and maintained in the approved learning management system (currently Moodle).
  • Content developed for any course belongs to Keystone College and will include supporting documents to facilitate other qualified instructors to teach the course as it has been produced.
  • Course content will meet the Americans with Disabilities Act requirements.
  • Any faculty member developing a distance education course for Keystone College will commit to instruct the course for the first semester it is delivered.  If this is not possible the course developer will provide support documents to facilitate other qualified instructors to teach the course as it has been produced.

      

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