If you are interested in developing a new online course, use these forms to request your development stipend.
Don't have time to scan important materials for your course? Fill out the Service Request Form and send it to our HelpDesk, along with the necessary resources. (Please try to give two weeks notice for work to be completed.)
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Blackboard Course Access Request
Do you have a colleague whom you want to take a look at your course? Are you planning on having a guest lecturer attend and online class? If you would like to give access to someone other than an enrolled student, fill out this form completely.
QUALITY GUIDELINES FOR ONLINE COURSES
A task force of the Michigan Community College Virtual Learning Collaborative developed these guidelines based on generally accepted instructional principles and related documents from The American Council on Education, The Higher Education Program and Policy Council of the American Federation of Teachers, The North Central Association Higher Learning Commission, and American Association of Higher Education. The rubric is intended to assist faculty in developing online courses of quality and may be used as a self-assessment tool during course development, to review existing courses, and as a tool for peer-to-peer review of courses.