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online teaching and learning in the coe

In order to offer quality online learning experiences that comply with accreditation policies regarding distance education; the COE, in consultation with the Malone Center, has developed the following guidelines and procedures. These were designed to assist faculty in course development as well as provide quality control, consistency, and a means of trend and enrollment tracking. (Online Course Guidelines and Procedures)
 

getting started

Please follow the required steps below in order to acquire approval for teaching online courses in the COE.

1.   Complete the "Teaching Online" training course. For further information or to enroll in this course, please contact:

    Audra Leverton, 205.665.6339, aleverton@montevallo.edu

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2.   For COE faculty, complete, sign, and submit an Online Course Approval Form to your instructional supervisor for each course.

    Online Course Approval Form
    (electronic format: Word) (print format: pdf)

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3.   Once your Online Course Approval Form has been processed, you will need to ensure your course is built according to the Online Course Guidelines.
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4.   Notify Ms. Leverton when the course is ready to be reviewed for compliance (within the first two weeks of the course).


teaching online

If you plan to teach an online or hybrid class, you are required to complete the Online/Hybrid Instructor Training. Training has been divided into three areas and while it must be completed in order, it does not need to be completed during the same cycle of instruction.

Phase 1 - Canvas Basics

This session is open to everyone, not just those who want to teach online or hybrid. This session covers the basics of using Canvas, such as how to load a syllabus, set notifications and create assignments.

Phase 2 - Pedagogy, Policy and Design This session will cover UM policies and practices for online and hybrid courses, the pedagogy of online coursework and the proper design techniques for online and hybrid courses.
Phase 3 - Building Your Course This phase requires participation in previous two phases, which may have been completed prior to this semester. This is the final phase of training and is strictly the process of building your online course with various items and strategies to indicate mastery of the process.
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