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Steps to Teach Online 


Print out DE Course Approval Form, and follow steps, procedures below, and obtain all necessary and required signatures on the form.


1. Get trained  in one of two course management systems - Moodle, or Course Compass.



2. Upon completion, forward your signed certificate of completion to the Chair of DE.



3. Check with the Chair of Curriculum to determine if the Course Outline of Record needs to be updated



4. Obtain a developmental course shell and create your new online course. Make sure that your online course contains the required elements for an online class - see the DE Evaluation Rubric for required content 


5. Develop your online Syllabus (here is a sample) - follow new course tips - and forward a copy to the DE Chair for comments and suggestions.



5. Contact DE Chair with the completed online course shell and provide access to the course. 


6. DE/Curriculum will evaluate your new online class shell and provide suggestions, recommendations and comments. Please note that no new online classes will be evaluated by DE/Curriculum pending the submission and implementation of a Substantive Change Proposal. It is anticipated that new online classes will not be reviewed until Fall 2011. See Substantive Change Proposal recommendation


7. Update your new class based upon the DE/Curriculum recommendations. 



8. Complete all of the steps, and obtain all approvals on the DE  Course Approval Form


9. Once the DE Course Approval has been filed with Academic Affairs your online course may be scheduled with your Department Chair for placement in the galleys for the next scheduled semester.



updated: 4-22-10





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