SBS Online Fellows Program

Application Deadline: Friday, December 13, 2013

The College of Social and Behavioral Sciences is pleased to announce a new version of the College Online Fellows Program which has been in place since 2006.

Be sure to check the list of ineligible courses to make sure your not developing a course that already exists!

About the Online Fellows Program

The Online Fellows Program is designed to encourage quality online teaching of General Education and other high-demand classes by providing Fellows with the support and skills to create and teach these courses.  Fellows will have preference for three years to teach the courses they have developed. During the spring semester of 2014, participants in the Fellows Program will

  • Participate in a total of four trainings/meetings with other Fellows and an experienced online instructor, Brian McDermott (Online Program Director, Journalism), to discuss pedagogical and practical issues in the development of online courses;
  • Receive training in online course development from Continuing and Professional Education through Kyle Kraus who leads its Training and Instructional Support.
  • Develop an online course to be offered in the Summer or Fall of 2014;
  • Teach their online course through Continuing and Professional Education in the Summer or Fall of 2014. 

Compensation

Along with the recognition of being named College Online Fellows, and training and support for the development and teaching of an online course, participants will receive an additional $3,000 in compensation ($1500 for developing the course and $1500 for teaching the course for the first time).

Requirements

The courses to be developed must be high demand courses that have not yet been offered as online courses.

No previous experience with online course development or instruction is required. This program will provide an excellent opportunity to enhance technology skills and learn the basics of online instruction in a supportive and professional environment. 

Application deadline 

Click here for an application. Applications for the program are due Friday, December 13, 2013.  Faculty and advanced graduate students are encouraged to apply. All applications must be endorsed by the chair of the department. Graduate students are required to have a faculty sponsor.

Contact

Please direct questions and applications to Brian McDermott, SBS Director of Online Fellows Program.

Ineligible Courses

Courses already developed through the Online Fellows Program:

Anthroplogy

Course Title Course Description
Anthropology 100 Human Nature
Anthropology 102 Archeology and Prehistory
Anthropology 103 Human Origins and Variation
Anthropology 104 Culture, Society and People
Anthropology 105 Language, Culture & Comm
Anthropology 106 Culture Through Film
Anthropology 150 Ancient Civilizations
Anthropology 205 Inequality and Oppression
Anthropology 208 Human Ecology
Anthropology 270 North American Indians
Anthropology 297P Pyramids of Egypt
Anthropology 312 Medical Anthropology
Anthropology 369 North American Archeology


Center for Latin American, Caribbean, and Latino Studies

Course Title Course Description
CLACLS 397B Latin American History Through Film


Communication

Course Title Course Description
Communication 118 Interpersonal Comm and Culture
Communication 121 Intro to Media and Culture
Communication 122 Intro to Media Programming & Institutions
Communication 212 Cultural Codes in Comm
Communication 250 Interpersonal Communication
Communication 336 Consumer Culture
Communication 397WW Sports Cultures and Advertising
Communication 497UA Info Technology & the Future
Communication 691E Media Literacy Theory
Communication 691 Media Literacy Practices


Economics

Course Title Course Description
Economics 103 Intro to Microeconomics
Economics 104 Intro to Macroeconomics
Economics 105 Introduction to Political Economy
Economics 311 Money and Banking
Economics 397LE Law & Economics: Critical Perspectives

Heritage Studies

Course Title Course Description
Heritage 597GD Global Heritage & the City


Journalism

Course Title Course Description
Journalism 332 Sports Journalism
Journalism 397E Environmental Journalism
Journalism 435 Web Design for Journalists
Journalism 460 Journalism Ethics


Landscape Architecture and Regional Planning

Course Title Course Description
LARP 547 Landscape Pattern and Process
RegionPL 591P Local Climate Change & Migration Planning
RegionPL 591LC Planning for Climate Adaptation
RegionPL 691E Intro to Geographic Info Systems
LARP 691S Cultural Landscapes: Documentation, Values & Policy


Political Science

Course Title Course Description
Political Science 101 American Politics
Political Science 111 Intro to Comparative Politics
Political Science 121 World Politics
Political Science 181 Controversy & Public Policy
Political Science 203 American Political Thought
Political Science 250 Citizenship in the Nuclear Age
Political Science 252 Globalization, Governance & World Order
Political Science 280 Public Policy
Political Science 391GP Green Politics & Theory
Political Science 391MP Media & Politics


Sociology

Course Title Course Description
Sociology 103 Social Problems
Sociology 105 Self, Society & Interpersonal Relations
Sociology 106 Race, Gender, Class & Ethnicity
Sociology 107 Contemporary American Society
Sociology 110 General Introduction to Sociology
Sociology 320 Sociology of Social Movements
Sociology 323 Sociology of Law
Sociology 328 Introduction to Social Work
Sociology 340 Race Relations
Sociology 387 Sexuality & Society
Sociology 442 Sociology of Medicine

The College of Social and Behavioral Sciences is pleased to announce a new version of the College Online Fellows Program which has been in place since 2006.

Be sure to check the list of ineligible courses to make sure your not developing a course that already exists!

About the Online Fellows Program

The Online Fellows Program is designed to encourage quality online teaching of General Education and other high-demand classes by providing Fellows with the support and skills to create and teach these courses.  Fellows will have preference for three years to teach the courses they have developed. During the spring semester of 2014, participants in the Fellows Program will

  • Participate in a total of four trainings/meetings with other Fellows and an experienced online instructor, Brian McDermott (Online Program Director, Journalism), to discuss pedagogical and practical issues in the development of online courses;
  • Receive training in online course development from Continuing and Professional Education through Kyle Kraus who leads its Training and Instructional Support.
  • Develop an online course to be offered in the Summer or Fall of 2014;
  • Teach their online course through Continuing and Professional Education in the Summer or Fall of 2014. 

Compensation

Along with the recognition of being named College Online Fellows, and training and support for the development and teaching of an online course, participants will receive an additional $3,000 in compensation ($1500 for developing the course and $1500 for teaching the course for the first time).

Requirements

The courses to be developed must be high demand courses that have not yet been offered as online courses.

No previous experience with online course development or instruction is required. This program will provide an excellent opportunity to enhance technology skills and learn the basics of online instruction in a supportive and professional environment. 

Application deadline 

Click here for an application. Applications for the program are due Friday, November 15, 2013.  Faculty and advanced graduate students are encouraged to apply. All applications must be endorsed by the chair of the department. Graduate students are required to have a faculty sponsor.

Contact

Please direct questions and applications to Brian McDermott, SBS Director of Online Fellows Program.

Ineligible Courses

Courses already developed through the Online Fellows Program:

Anthroplogy

Course Title Course Description
Anthropology 100 Human Nature
Anthropology 102 Archeology and Prehistory
Anthropology 103 Human Origins and Variation
Anthropology 104 Culture, Society and People
Anthropology 105 Language, Culture & Comm
Anthropology 106 Culture Through Film
Anthropology 150 Ancient Civilizations
Anthropology 205 Inequality and Oppression
Anthropology 208 Human Ecology
Anthropology 270 North American Indians
Anthropology 297P Pyramids of Egypt
Anthropology 312 Medical Anthropology
Anthropology 369 North American Archeology


Center for Latin American, Caribbean, and Latino Studies

Course Title Course Description
CLACLS 397B Latin American History Through Film


Communication

Course Title Course Description
Communication 118 Interpersonal Comm and Culture
Communication 121 Intro to Media and Culture
Communication 122 Intro to Media Programming & Institutions
Communication 212 Cultural Codes in Comm
Communication 250 Interpersonal Communication
Communication 336 Consumer Culture
Communication 397WW Sports Cultures and Advertising
Communication 497UA Info Technology & the Future
Communication 691E Media Literacy Theory
Communication 691 Media Literacy Practices


Economics

Course Title Course Description
Economics 103 Intro to Microeconomics
Economics 104 Intro to Macroeconomics
Economics 105 Introduction to Political Economy
Economics 311 Money and Banking
Economics 397LE Law & Economics: Critical Perspectives

Heritage Studies

Course Title Course Description
Heritage 597GD Global Heritage & the City


Journalism

Course Title Course Description
Journalism 332 Sports Journalism
Journalism 397E Environmental Journalism
Journalism 435 Web Design for Journalists
Journalism 460 Journalism Ethics


Landscape Architecture and Regional Planning

Course Title Course Description
LARP 547 Landscape Pattern and Process
RegionPL 591P Local Climate Change & Migration Planning
RegionPL 591LC Planning for Climate Adaptation
RegionPL 691E Intro to Geographic Info Systems
LARP 691S Cultural Landscapes: Documentation, Values & Policy


Political Science

Course Title Course Description
Political Science 101 American Politics
Political Science 111 Intro to Comparative Politics
Political Science 121 World Politics
Political Science 181 Controversy & Public Policy
Political Science 203 American Political Thought
Political Science 250 Citizenship in the Nuclear Age
Political Science 252 Globalization, Governance & World Order
Political Science 280 Public Policy
Political Science 391GP Green Politics & Theory
Political Science 391MP Media & Politics


Sociology

Course Title Course Description
Sociology 103 Social Problems
Sociology 105 Self, Society & Interpersonal Relations
Sociology 106 Race, Gender, Class & Ethnicity
Sociology 107 Contemporary American Society
Sociology 110 General Introduction to Sociology
Sociology 320 Sociology of Social Movements
Sociology 323 Sociology of Law
Sociology 328 Introduction to Social Work
Sociology 340 Race Relations
Sociology 387 Sexuality & Society
Sociology 442 Sociology of Medicine