Support for curriculum design

As faculty design their course curriculum they're guided by a process developed by the Academic Council's Curriculum Development Subcommittee. A course consists of three components: the correct Catalog and Program of Study Template for the degree or certificate program; a Course Plan Template; and a Lab Fee Justification Form. To maintain accurate, complete records for a course, all three components must be submitted to Curriculum Support Services each time any one component is revised. Visit the CDC page for details on the process and forms.

Academic Technology Support

Curriculum design and support consultations (via email, phone, walk-in or appointment) are available to faculty related to the use of teaching and learning applications.

Click here to register for an Academic Technology workshop. Curriculum related workshops include:

Online Course Design & Delivery (OCDD)Required for instructors teaching online

This training, designed by the Eastern Florida Online Professional Development Workgroup, aims to familiarize online instructors at EFSC with online course design and delivery best practices, Quality Matters (QM) standards, EFSC Master Courses, course organization options, and instructor and student interaction strategies.

Designed to be completed in about three hours and available over the course of three weeks, the training allows participants to work through content at their own speed without module-based deadlines.

Contacts

Curriculum Support Services
Catherine Johnston, PhD, Director, Curriculum Development
johnstoncat@easternflorida.edu

Academic Technology Support
Dayla Nolis
nolisd@easternflorida.edu

Instructional Design Support
Cherylann Bacheller
bachellerc@easternflorida.edu

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