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About the Program

Summer 2015 session - May 26 - July 24

Bloom's Taxonomy Course Design Matrix What is Quality Matters? Creating a Welcome Letter Developing a Learner Centered Syllabus
Building Assignments and Assessments Constructing and Using Rubrics Problem Based Learning Establishing Instructor Presence Facilitating Teams
Using Media to Engage Learners Collaborative & Reflective Activities Live Sessions via Blackboard Collaborate Discussion Board Participation Populating Course Materials Online

This certificate program consists of an introduction and two best practices tracks and models that you may eventually use in your own online courses. It combines online lessons in the methods, approaches, and practical techniques for teaching online.

As you design a course for online delivery

  • Complete online modules
  • Participate in live lectures
  • Construct an online project

This program uses Blackboard for all sessions.

  • Capstone projects will be created in and presented in Blackboard.
  • Faculty can expect to spend about 4 hours per week to complete each track.

Faculty who may not be interested in attaining the certificate are welcome to attend the lectures without completing the capstone project.

For more information, download the Fall 2014 - Summer 2015 Teaching Online Certificate Program brochure. To enroll, contact the Faculty Resource Center at frc@uccs.edu.

Congratulations!

The following individuals successfully completed the Teaching Online Certificate Program during the Fall of 2014.

  • Perrin Cunningham - Heller Center for Arts and Humanities
  • Molly Holden - Beth-El College of Nursing and Health Sciences
  • Liz Killen - Administrative Operations
  • Angie Knipe - College of Letters, Arts, and Sciences - History
  • Joseph Kuzma - College of Letters, Arts, and Sciences - Philosophy
  • David Lee - College of Business and Administration
  • Chris Nelson - College of Engineering and Applied Sciences
  • Virginia Ramos - College of Letters, Arts, and Sciences - Mathematics
  • Rachel Reed - Center for Excellence in Communication
  • Eileen Skahill - College of Letters, Arts, and Sciences - Sociology
  • Lisa Smith - College of Letters, Arts, and Sciences - Chemistry
  • Michaela Steen - College of Letters, Arts, and Sciences - Visual and Performing Arts
  • Patricia Witkowsky - College of Education

The following individuals successfully completed the Teaching Online Certificate Program during the Spring of 2014:

  • Robert Wonnett - School of Public Affairs
  • Mary Claire Wahl - Beth-El College of Nursing and Health Sciences

The following individuals successfully completed the Teaching Online Certificate Program during the Summer of 2013:

  • Heather Albanesi, PhD*
  • Susan Finke, MSN, RN
  • Susan Garrett
  • Sterling Jenkins
  • Susan Jones
  • Allison Monterrosa
  • Jeffrey Montez de Oca, PhD
  • Carmen D. Stavrositu, PhD*
  • Gordon M. Stringer*
  • Tom Wahl*

*Recipients of Online Course Enhancement Grants, Spring 2013


Last updated April 30, 2015
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