Let us know your interest in joining DLI
If you are interested in joining the DLI, please complete the following interest form. We will review the campus interest and open more DLI opportunities as resources permit.  For more information, please contact DTEIsupport@uci.edu.
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About the Digital Learning Institute (DLI)
In response to the growing faculty interest in digital learning, the Division of Teaching Excellence and Innovation (DTEI) is partnering with the Online Learning Research Center to offer a seven-week faculty development program, the Digital Learning Institute (DLI). The theme of the inaugural 2020 DLI is "Embracing Pedagogical Excellence in Remote Teaching". A designated instructional designer is assigned to support each DLI faculty developing a remote course throughout the program. Since April 2020, sixty UCI faculty have participated in this program and developed quality remote courses online. Faculty completed the program will be recognized as Digital Learning Institute Fellows with more future opportunities to exchange teaching ideas in the DLI Alumni network. For more information, please contact DTEIsupport@uci.edu.

04/27 - 06/14: DLI Cohort I
06/15 - 08/02: DLI Cohort II
08/03 - 09/27: DLI Cohort III
10/26 - 12/14: DLI Cohort IV
01/25 - 03/15: DLI Cohort V


First Name *
Last Name *
Email Address *
Academic School *
Your role *
Have you ever taught an online or remote course before? (check all that apply) *
Are you scheduled to teach during the following academic terms and for each, how many courses will you be teaching ? *
More than 3
Spring 2021
Summer 2021
Fall 2021
Winter 2022
Spring 2022
Select one primary undergraduate course you'd like to develop with the support of an instructional designer during the DLI program (e.g., ENG101). *
For the course you indicated above, what is the expected enrollment size? *
For the following types of training/support, indicate how needed you feel it is. 1 = I do not need this training;   5= I very much need this training *
Remote teaching strategies and samples
Best practices and guidelines for remote teaching
Remote content development (e.g. lecture videos, etc.)
Assessment development (e.g. exams, assignments, etc.)
Canvas course space design and setup
Effective use of the third-party tools
Remote teaching accessibility
If there is any training/support topic that is not listed above that you believe would be valuable, please describe here
When will you be available to participate in the DLI meetings and webinars (Check all that apply) *
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