There are many things to consider for faculty who are beginning the process to become an online instructor or to develop online courses or programs. The following resources will answer many questions.
- Roadmap to Becoming a Certified Online Instructor and Developing an Online Course. UPDATED November, 2012
- Distance Education Course Codes for the SFA Student Information System
- Design Plan and Grant Application
- Intellectual Property License Agreement
- Principles of Good Practice
Program Request Forms
- Distance Education ONLINE Program Design Plan and Request Form
- Distance Education ITV Program Design Plan and Request Form
- Intellectual Property Rights for Distance Education (D-20a)
- Distance Education Faculty Competencies and Compensation (A-58)
Certified Online Instructors who are planning to develop a course that will be offered in a fully-developed online format for the first time in Summer or Fall 2013 and have not yet had a Design Plan Meeting for that course, should contact the OIT Instructional Designer to make arrangements to have a Design Plan Meeting by February 1. Final Reviews must be held by March 1.
Faculty planning to bring new fully-developed online courses forward for Final Review before the March 1 deadline must complete a Design Plan Meeting before February 1 in which they present at least two completed instructional modules.
So that we may focus on helping faculty meet the annual March 1 and October 1 deadlines for Final Review, the Office of Instructional Technology does not conduct Design Plan Meetings during the months of February or September. Lani Draper, the OIT Instructional Designer, may be reached by email at email@example.com and by phone at ext. 1735 to help you schedule and prepare for the meetings.