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SHSU Online presents the TSUS Faculty Development Day for Digital Education, streaming virtually Friday, July 18, 2021. Register for free today.
SHSU Online is committed to faculty members' success and satisfaction in creating a great online learning experience for their students.
If you’re thinking about teaching an online course, or are considering revamping an existing course, we can help! SHSU Online provides quality solutions for all academic and professional online education needs.
Learn more about what we can do for you.
Your instructional designer is your Blackboard and education technology expert. Our goal is to help you develop your course into what you want it to be, whether that means assisting you in creating a new course, translating a current course into the online learning environment, or revitalizing a course you have been teaching for years.
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Instructional designers and design specialists can help you build out your course, coordinate our services, and offer answers and solutions for any questions you might have.
Contact Your Instructional Designer
The SHSU Online Multimedia team provides design services such as banners, graphics for courses, course videos and gaming programs for faculty teaching online.
SHSU Online offers classroom-based face-to-face sessions, completely online certification courses, and how-to sessions by appointment.
List of fully online Faculty Development sessions offered by the SHSU Online Faculty Development team.
The SHSU Online Course Design Rubric is used to guide and inform the course development process, as well as evaluate the design of any course which contains online components. It can be used whether the course is fully or partially online, flipped or web‐assisted face‐to‐face.
A spinoff of the rubric, the Technical Evaluation provides both SHSU Online and academic departments the opportunity to document evidence of sound pedagogical practices and establishes quality assurance standards in the online course environment.
There are instances when course development stipends can be paid out to a faculty member who undertakes the opportunity to develop a course for online delivery. SHSU Online plays a role in the stipend process by providing feedback about the quality and delivery‐readiness of newly developed courses.
SHSU Online has partnered with several publishers in order to bring faculty tools and resources that can be used to enrich course content to better engage and serve our students.