eLearning Fellows Cohort 1 (June 2016 through June 2017)
We are now accepting proposals for the first Cohort of CCGA eLearning Fellows. Each fellow will be a leader for one of the prioritized projects established in 2016. Projects will based on priorities set forth by eLearning and Academic Affairs and may include the following:
- Strategies for growing online programs
- Social presence in online environments
- Mobile teaching techniques and technologies
- Flipped classrooms pedagogy
- Video connection for distance learning
- Competency based education
- D2L add-ons and enhancements
The eLearning Fellows will have the following duties:
- Research their respective project (e.g., social presence) in fall 2016/spring 2017
- Hold two brown bag lunches (at different times) in the fall semester to hear faculty perspectives and questions on their project
- Create resources to help faculty interested in learning about their area (fall and spring)
- Hold two training workshops (at different times) in the spring/summer semester focused on their area
- Sit on an internal search committee for new fellows for the next year
The Fellows will be paid a $1000 (equivalent to 1 credit hour) stipend per semester and work closely with the director of eLearning.
Additionally, the eLearning department will pay the registration fee ($330) for the Distance Learning Administration conference on Jekyll Island, June 19 to 22.
If you wish to apply for to be an eLearning Fellow, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org not later than 5 p.m. on Friday, April 15. Dr. McNeal will ensure that your email is forwarded to the assigned group of reviewers.
In the email, briefly answer three questions:
- Why you want to be an eLearning fellow?
- Describe the project you wish to pursue. Projects aligned with the priorities of eLearning will be given high consideration but other projects may be suggested.
- How this project will improve online programs at CCGA?