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Supporting Faculty Through The Course Development Process

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    • 1. Supporting Faculty Through The Course Development Process Joan Butler, Senior Instructional Designer Daph Crane, Senior Instructional Designer Distance Education and Learning Technologies Memorial University October 2009
    • 2. Agenda
        • Overview of Memorial University
        • Course Development Process
        • Supporting Faculty
        • Questions
    • 3. Memorial University
        • Located in Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada (population 550,000)
        • Largest university in Atlantic Canada
        • 17,500 full time students
        • 100 plus degree programs
        • 4 Campuses
    • 4. DELT- Distance Education and Learning Technologies
        • 40 years of distance education experience
        • 350 plus online courses
        • 17,000 annual course registrations
        • 90 employees involved in
            • course design and development
            • multi-media production
            • multimedia classroom management
            • faculty development
            • student support
            • marketing
        • ISO 9001:2008 Registered
    • 5. Faculty Support Model
    • 6. Activity
      • What support is needed for faculty during the course development process?
    • 7. Course Development
        • Collaborate with faculty to:
          • Define learning outcomes/objectives
          • Determine assessment and evaluation
          • Design and develop learning activities
          • Determine appropriate synchronous and asynchronous tools
    • 8. Course Development Team
        • Course development support team
            • Faculty member(s), SMEs
            • Senior instructional designer
            • Assistant to instructional designer
            • Video/audio producer
            • Multimedia producer
            • Copyright officer
            • Librarian
            • Training officer
    • 9. Initial Meeting
        • Determines the philosophy of faculty member, purpose of course 
        • Develops/defines relationship
        • Introduces faculty to course development process & team environment
        • Determines knowledge of online course development and requirements
        • Facilitates transition from on campus to online learning
    • 10. Team Meeting
        • Introduces faculty to team environment
        • Provides forum to discuss how to incorporate technology/multimedia in course
        • Provides background on copyright requirements
        • Provides information on variety of library resources
        • Establishes timelines for team support
    • 11. Team Meeting
    • 12. Contract Review
        • Reviews development timelines
        • Outlines ownership and copyright issues
        • Reviews procedures for revisions and changes
        • Discusses remuneration options
        • Reviews various roles and responsibilities
    • 13. Team Support
        • Ongoing support throughout development process
          • Learning outcomes
          • Assessment/evaluation
          • Learning activities
          • Community building
          • Internationalization of curriculum
          • Copyright articles, images
          • Library resources
          • Video and multimedia
          • Other?
    • 14. Training and Support
        • Ongoing through the course development process
          • Pedagogical support
          • LMS (D2L) training and support
          • Elluminate Live training
          • Instructional Development Office workshops and seminars
          • Technical support
    • 15. Challenges
        • Faculty workload
        • Faculty transition to online environment
        • Correspondence courses versus online learning
        • Assessment in online environment
        • Course maintenance
        • DELT team workloads
    • 16. Supporting Faculty
        • Questions?
        • Comments?
    • 17. Thank you Joan Butler – [email_address] Daph Crane – [email_address]

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