Distance education policy faculty basics

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Distance education policy faculty basics

  1. 1. Distance Education Policy Faculty Basics
  2. 2. Course Load• Online courses will be scheduled with equivalent credit hours as their face-to-face counterparts.
  3. 3. Ownership• All materials developed by faculty for use in distance education courses are jointly owned by ECAE and the authoring faculty member.• ECAE retains the right to used and reused by ECAE without the consent of the instructor responsible for developing the course.
  4. 4. Technical Skills• Any faculty wishing to teaching in the distance mode must first successfully complete the Office of Professional Development’s “Introduction to Teaching Online” and complete the International Computer Driver’s License (ICDL) before being assigned any online teaching loads.
  5. 5. IT Support• The Educational Technology Department will be responsible for providing timely technology-related support for faculty teaching distance education courses.
  6. 6. IT Support• The Educational Technology Department will be responsible for providing timely technology-related support for faculty teaching distance education courses.
  7. 7. IT Support• The Office of Professional Development can also provide faculty teaching distance education courses with continuous support by assigning the faculty member a Technology Mentor, who can be contacted directly about resolving day-to-day technology-related issues.
  8. 8. Responsibilities• Faculty members are responsible for the content, materials and educational activities present in their courses.• Faculty members are responsible for ensuring that their online courses are not in violation of UAE or international copyright laws.
  9. 9. Responsibilities• Faculty members teaching any distance education course must ensure that the course meets the high level of quality required by all ECAE course and to this end must ensure that their course contains:
  10. 10. Responsibilities• An approved syllabus clearly posted within the course.• A sufficient range of appropriate media resources.• A sufficient range of interactive/collaborative learning activities.• Clearly posted grading rubrics for each assessed item.• Clearly posted methods for contacting the instructor.• Copyright permission for any reproduced work contained within the course.• Clear timelines for the provision of feedback to students.

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