Faculty may request access to online Blackboard courses for academic secretaries, department chairs, deans, etc.
If you need assistance in making your online course more robust and engaging, simply check the service you need below and return this service request to the Online Learning Helpdesk, 241 David M. French Hall, by e-mail to email@example.com or call (810) 237-6691.
COURSE DEVELOPMENT STIPEND REQUEST
Online development stipends are available to faculty for course development, contingent on availability of funds.
Quality Guidelines for Online Courses
This 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.
Instructional Design Support
Sit with our Online Helpdesk staff (not to be confused with the ITS Helpdesk) for weekday at-the-elbow assistance. Or, call our phone support, 810-237-6691, available seven days a week. See our hours, helpguides, and contact information in the right hand margin.
Instructional design and technology support
For one-on-one assistance in course development, contact one of our instructional designers.
- CAS faculty, contact Brandon Blinkenberg
- SOM and SEHS faculty, contact Carson Waites
- SHPS faculty, contact Jeffrey Drake
Need to record or create digital content? Use our private faculty computer station loaded with the latest audio-video software, available 7:30 a.m.-5 p.m. weekdays. Book a time slot or just drop in to 241 French Hall.
Online Course Awards
The Bruce and Lillian Wright Online Teaching Award was developed to distinguish and showcase effective, memorable and inspiring student distance learning experiences created by our faculty. The intent is to recognize the commitment and diligent work of our faculty involved in online and mixed-mode learning and teaching.
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Online Instructor Programs
Available to higher education faculty and K-12 teachers across the nation, this series of fully online courses will show you how to design and deliver a quality course via the Internet - free for UM-Flint faculty, competitively priced for others.
Tk20 is a comprehensive assessment, planning, and reporting system designed for collecting and managing academic and non-academic departmental assessment activities to create a culture of evidence throughout the campus.