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  • eCampus Online Course Support Requests and Information
    This page provides faculty interested in designing, developing and delivering an online course with detailed information about the process. Please review this information if you want eCampus' support with your online course.
  • Exploring Online Learning (EOL) Short Course
    Exploring Online Learning (EOL) is a two-week asynchronous online short course that provides an opportunity for faculty to experience the online course environment from a student's perspective while preparing to design, develop, and teach an online course.  
  • Exploring Flexible Learning (EFL) Short Course
    Exploring Flexible Learning (EFL) is a two-week hybrid/blended short course that provides faculty an opportunity to experience the hybrid/blended course environment from a student's perspective while working to create their own hybrid/blended or flipped course. 
  • Self-Guided Online Course Design and Development
    This website contains frameworks, tools, examples, and resources to support UConn faculty in designing, building and teaching a fully online course.
  • Self-Guided Hybrid/Blended and Flipped Course Design and Development
    This website contains frameworks, tools, examples, and resources to support UConn faculty in designing, building and teaching hybrdi/blende and flipped courses.
  • eCampus Knowledge Base
    With resources and information specific to faculty working with eCampus staff, this site contains information specific to the design, development, and ongoing teaching of UConn online courses.
  • CETL/ITL Lunchtime Seminars
    eCampus offers a number of in-person training sessions through the Institute for Teaching and Learning's Lunchtime Seminars Series. The seminars provide an opportunity to gather with colleagues to listen, discuss, comment, interact, and reflect. They are organized on a first-come, first-serve basis. Seminars run from 11:15 a.m. to 1:10 p.m. All seminars will be held in the John W. Rowe Center for Undergraduate Education (ROWE), Room 318.
  • Edcuational Technologies
    The Educational Technologies group provides University-wide training and support for instructors using Blackboard HuskyCT, UConn's learning management system.
  • About HuskyCT
    Created by UITS, this site provides answers to FAQs, getting started guides, and step by step instructions for requesting HuskyCT sites and restoring content.
  • Online Intellectual Property Agreement
    This document contains the Memorandum of Understanding regarding the creation of the Online Intellectual Property Agreement as well as the formal agreement itself between the University of Connecticut and the UConn Chapter of the American Association of University Professors (AAUP) finalized on January 27th, 2014. The MOU and subsequent agreement detail the intellectual property terms associated with the development and teaching of online courses at UConn.
  • Designing and Developing Effective Online Courses: An Overview
    The content provided here is an overview of the guidelines, design processes, support services, and research based best practices that faculty members can take advantage of as they work with eCampus to create online courses.
  • Quality Matters Rubric
    This Knowledge Base Article explains Quality Matters' role in eCampus course design and development process. It also provides instructions for UConn faculty and staff to create a QM account and use QM resources, including access to the QM rubric. The University Senate Scholastic Standards Subcommittee's Online Course Standards Subcommittee endorses the use of the QM rubric as a guideline for the development of online courses. eCampus uses Quality Matters as a baseline measure of quality in online course design.

    Further information on the research supporting the standards can be found at QMProgram.org
  • Online Learning Consortium (Formerly SLOAN-C)
    The University Senate Scholastic Standards Subcommittee's Online Course Standards Subcommittee endorses the use of the Online Learning Consortium Scorecard as a guideline for the development of online educational programs. To help make quality online education accessible and affordable for anyone, anywhere, at any time, the members of the OLC community share techniques, strategies, and practices in online education that have proven successful worldwide.

    Further information available at http://onlinelearningconsortium.org/

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