Documents and Links
|CSU Inventory of Modes of Instruction Definitions||
A spreadsheet describing how the CSU campus describe various levels of online learning offerings and their policies related to creating, maintaining, and implementing the definitions. Compiled by the CSU Directors of Academic Computing (DATs).
|Sac State policy on elearning courses and programs||
This policy shall apply to all matriculated eLearning courses and degree/certificate programs offered by California State University, Sacramento.
Part of the challenge of all modern universities is to responsibly align information technologies as a positive force for encouraging creative pedagogies for faculty and expanding instructional options for students. The over-riding intent of this policy is to enrich the campus teaching and learning environment. By locating academic decision-making within academic departments or divisions, the policy reinforces the belief that those closest to curriculum implementation best understand which courses and programs are suited for conversion to an eLearning format.
For purposes of this policy, eLearning is defined as a formal educational process in which 20%-100% of the instruction takes place when the professor and students are not in the same place at the same time. Instead, the interaction between professor and students is mediated using audio, video and/or computer technologies.
|November 2009||CSU Sacramento Academic Senate|
|iTunes in the CSU||
A report on the status of use of iTunes U in the CSU System. Based on information gathered from CSU DATs.
|MERLOT YouTube channel||
Wanted you to be aware of MERLOT’s new YouTube channel http://www.youtube.com/user/MERLOTPlace
You’ll find 74 videos here including all ELIXR case stories, various excerpts which detail MERLOT’s benefits to faculty and institutions, MERLOT International Conference keynotes and comments from participants, MERLOT’s use of Creative Commons licensing, and much more!
|Wiki created for CSU workshop: Moving from a Face-to-Face to an Online Learning Environment||
Moving from a Face-to-Face to an Online Learning Environment
This wiki was originally developed for the CSU Faculty Development Council Teaching for Student Success Train-the-Trainer Workshop:
It contains a lot of information for DATs, Faculty Development Center staff members, etc., and will be reworked for faculty to help themselves as well.
|5/28/2009||Kevin Kelly and Jim Julius|
|Online Classroom/Virtual Meeting Tools||
This Google doc link contains a list of campuses and which online classroom/virtual meeting software packages are in use.
|Instructional Designers/Faculty Ratio by Campus||
In Spring 2009, we collected information regarding Instructional Designers/Faculty Ratio by Campus. You can access the Google Doc here to view or update:
|Board of Trustees Online Education Policy||5/13/2009||lholden|
|SDSU Face-to-face to Hybrid/Online Courses||http://f2f-to-online.wikispaces.com/0+Start+here||3/16/2009||Kathy Fernandes/SDSU really!|
MERLOT is a leading edge, user-centered, searchable collection of peer reviewed and selected higher education, online learning materials, catalogued by registered members and a set of faculty development support services. MERLOT's
vision is to be a premiere online community where faculty, staff, and
students from around the world share their learning materials and
MERLOT's strategic goal is to improve the effectiveness of teaching and learning by increasing the quantity and quality of peer reviewed online learning materials that can be easily incorporated into faculty designed courses.
See main MERLOT www.merlot.org
|Resources from the TLT Group||A diverse set of resources including an Exploration Guide for Collaborationi Online and in Hybrid/Blended Courses from a non-profit group. I have freqently find their resources to be valuable and high quality.||Ongoing||MJGorney-Moreno|
|SJSU Online Ed. Site||12.10.08||MJGorney-Moreno|