Course Redesign

In Fall 2010 Southeast launched its Course Redesign (CR) Initiative.  The CR process, which follows the National Center for Academic Transformation (NCAT) model of Course Redesign, focuses on increasing active learning and student learning outcomes with the help of current and new technologies.  Course Redesign is in its second year as an AQIP Action Project at Southeast with fifteen courses currently undergoing the Course Redesign process.

Follow the links above to information on resources available to support Course Redesign, who's involved in Course Redesign, a list of course in the Course Redesign process and links to Course Redesign related web sites and materials.

Announcement (September 21, 2012):   Call for Proposals COURSE REDSIGNS

AQIP Course Redesign Cohort 5:  CALL FOR PROPOSALS: COURSE REDESIGN PROJECTS. FALL 2012.

The AQIP Course Redesign Action Project team invites full time faculty members to propose  courses that they believe would be improved by going through the process of Course Redesign (CR). CR applies to all sections of a course and proposals must have the approval of both the Department Chair and the Dean. For courses taught by multiple faculty members, at least two of these instructors must submit the proposal. There is no upper or lower limit on course size or level. 

  • You must use one of the six models of Course Redesign developed by NCAT.  Click here to read more on this: NCAT Six Models of Course Redesign
  • Active Learning document referred to in CFP - PDF


Call For Proposals - PDF

Title Page -
DOC

Dropbox for submitting proposals: CR Dropbox.  Use your Southeast key to login. 

Deadline:  October 23, 2012 

Announcement FFR   (February 8, 2012):

FFR Funds University Initiative on Course Redesign   Deadline March 7, 2012  PASSED

The Office of the Provost has established an FFR University Initiative on Course Redesign.  The grant provides funding for faculty to attend workshops and conferences related specifically to Course Redesign.  Funds may also cover on campus professional development activities such as subscribing to webinars or sponsoring a Course Redesign event.  Faculty applying to receive assistance in either going to a conference or meeting, or participating in activities delivered to our campus from an external site, must provide a one-page application that will be reviewed by the Course Redesign committee, which will advise the provost on the suitability of the activity.  The provost will make the final decision on awarding funds.  The application will contain a brief statement of the activity, where it will be and who will be involved.  The faculty member will indicate his or her personal goals for the activity.  If the faculty member must travel, budget items can include transportation, lodging, meals and registration or similar fees. If the activity is to be delivered to our campus, cost of the activity can be funded.  Call for proposals:  PDF

Important Announcements, Dates, Deadlines and Information

What When More Information
AQIP Action project
Course Redesign -
Round 5 Call for Proposals
Proposals due OCtober 23, 2012. 
Call for Proposals - PDF
Cover Sheet - DOC
     
FFR Call for Proposals Deadline passed (Feb. 23) CFP - PDF for yoru info
ITC Call for Proposals Deadline passed (January 2012) Memo - PDF
Submission Form - PDF, DOC

Campus Conference on Course Redesign:  February 2011

The campus conference on re-imagining undergraduate higher education and course redesign was a successful beginning for the Course Redesign Initiative.  Over 220 faculty, staff, administrators and students were in attendance for the key note address by George Mehaffy.  Materials and links from the presentations are below.

Course Redesign: An Opportunity for Re-Imagining Higher Education  
February 2, 2011
Robert A. Dempster Hall - Glenn Auditorium
Agenda

12:00 Welcome and introduction of Dr. George Mehaffy Provost Ron Rosati
12:00 Keynote address: Re-Imagining Higher Education
More information on Dr. Mehaffy and the AASUC Red Balloon project:
  - Red Balloon introduction
  - Reimagining Undergraduate Education
Dr. George Mehaffy, AASCU Vice President for Academic Leadership and Change

Slides - PDF
1:00 Using new approaches to engage students in active learning in the internet age. Dr. Allen Gathman

Slides - PDF
1:30 Opportunities for Faculty:
  - Faculty involvement:
    * Statewide course redesign initiative
    * AQIP project
  - Faculty funding:
    * ITC RFP
    * FFR RFP
  - Faculty development:
    * CSTL initiatives
    * Other
Panel of Speakers:

Dr. Allen Gathman
Dr. Margaret Waterman
Dr. Dave Starrett
Dr. Sophia Scott

Handout: PDF

2:00 Questions, issues, discussion Panel of Speakers
2:20 Demonstration of off-the-shelf course redesign supporting technology Brian Collins - Wiley
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Where Faculty Connect
2:40 Demonstration of off-the-shelf course redesign supporting technology Steve Day - Pearson
3:00 Next steps, closing Dr. Ron Rosati
3:05 Publishers’ materials available for review in lobby Pearson, Wiley