Distance Learning Center
Our faculty/staff guide for online course development and teaching can be downloaded from the link below. It was last updated February 10, 2014.
All Distance Learning (DL) faculty and teaching academic staff may apply for funds to cover conference costs, travel or other professional development opportunities.
B. Grant Amounts and Obligations:
The Distance Learning Center (DLC) and the DLC's Online Community of Practice Steering Committee will consider requests for up to $1,000.
- Attendance is for personal and/or professional growth intended to enhance online instruction.
- Applicant has been accepted as a presenter, convener, panelist or workshop member, or is officially involved in a poster session, showcase, or festival for the conference or event.
- Applicant has not received DLC professional development or travel funds within the last two years.
- Applicant is a new online instructor and/or a first-time conference attendee.
The DLC's Online Community of Practice Steering Committee will call for applications each year.
E. Decision Process:
The DLC's Online Community of Practice Steering Committee will review the applications and provide recommendations. Final decisions will be made by the director of the Distance Learning Center, who reserves the right to alter this process, as needed. This includes the right to grant funds without committee review or input.
The Online Community of Practice Steering Committee is pleased to announce the grants listed below.
Recipients are expected to share what they've learned, presented, or will present, within six months of the event for which they receive funding. To do this, recipients typically submit a one-page reflection paper, share their conference PowerPoint or video, or give a presentation on campus.
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