The 2014-2015 Quality Online Learning & Teaching (QOLT) program has launched and is inviting submissions now through May 15, 2015. This allows instructors to submit their course self-evaluations for 1 course, either Fall 2014, Winter 2015, or Spring 2015. Further details at the QOLT CFP page.
The Quality Online Learning and Teaching, Faculty Recognition Program is currently accepting faculty submissions. If interested, see the QOLT Call for Participation page for further information.
CSU Academic Technology Services is sponsoring a Quality Online Learning and Teaching (QOLT) Awards and Recognition program to recognize exemplary teaching and learning in blended and online courses. The 2015-2016 QOLT Awards and Recognition Program, Call for Participation is now open. For further information, read below. In addition, we will be offering a 1-hour informational… Read More »
With the recent launch of the 2014-2015 QOLT Awards & Recognition program, we will be offering an informational webinar on Friday, November 21 from 10-11a @ http://tinyurl.com/qolt-launch. This session is designed for the designated QOLT Campus Coordinators, as well as interested faculty and staff. The session recording will also be posted at the QOLT Call… Read More »
The CSU Quality Online Learning & Teaching Awards & Recognition Program (QOLT) is now open for course submissions. For further details, see the QOLT Call for Participation page. In addition, there will be an informational webinar on Friday, November 21 from 10-11a @ http://tinyurl.com/qolt-launch
The 2015-2016 CRT faculty ePortfolios listed below represent the planning, execution, and results of their Course Redesign with Technology project over the past year. These ePortfolios highlight the faculty cohort’s innovative pedagogical strategies and accomplishments in addressing student success in their redesigned courses. * Indicates an exceptional eportfolio. For eportfolio questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org
1. Overview During July and August 2013, the California State University Chancellor’s Office and campus partners offered a series of 3-day Professional Development “eAcademies” for faculty to share existing practices that have successfully reduced repeatable grades in selected bottleneck course subjects. There were 86 faculty participants from 19 campuses, recommended by their Provosts and other… Read More »