Online & Blended Learning
Teaching for 21st Century Peer Mentors and Scholars
(Logo credit: Craig Baugher)
This initiative consists of faculty members:
- having experience of teaching with technologies.
- having interest in researching about teaching and learning with technologies.
- willing to explore digital pedagogy through interprofessional network.
These will be flexible depending on the matching schedule between faculty members and CIT events. With an estimate of 6-10 hours per semester, the faculty members choose to take part in one or more of the following activities:
- Provide mentoring to the participants in institutes for online and blended learning.
- Provide peer analysis feedback to the designed course, in collaboration with a CIT Senior Instructional Designer, to ensure that the course meets the expected milestone and deliverables.
- Conduct research related to online and blended learning, in collaboration with CIT Senior Instructional Designers, if interested.
Rewards and Benefits:
- Stipend: $300 to $500/per semester (about 6 - 10 hours), depending on schedule availability and time commitment
- Technology resources: to be determined between the faculty peer mentor/scholar and CIT, based on projects/participating events
- Recognition Letter from the LET Dean and Associate Dean
- Publicity of scholarly identity
- Professional networking for the enhancement of engaged learning
Terms of Services:
To be determined by the faculty member and Instructional Design for Online and Blended Learning Group of Innovation Services, Libraries and Educational Technologies.
Need more information? Please contact:
Dr. Matt Brigham (firstname.lastname@example.org), Faculty Associate with Innovation Services, Graduate Faculty, School of Communication Studies.
Dr. Juhong Christie Liu (email@example.com), Senior Instructional Designer, Innovation Services, Libraries and Educational Technologies.