NEW Application to Train/Develop/Takeover an Online Course (Sept. 2019-Present)
By submitting this form, you are asking the Distance Learning Advisory Committee (DLAC) to approve your application to teach a specific online course. This is the first step in the approval process.
NOTE: A "takeover" is a course that has been developed previously for online delivery at CCSF. The previous instructor of the course may or may not agree to allow you to use their content.
Refer to the Steps to Teach Online for deadlines.
An instructor must apply to teach each online course so that each version of a course can be reviewed for compliance with local, state, and federal regulations. This is a seven-step process. Step 4 is optional for returning CCSF online faculty but required for new CCSF online faculty.
1. Submit this application to teach a specific course online.
2. Application will be approved or denied by the DLAC, Department, and Dean.
3. Approved applicants submit a Distance Education Addendum (DEA) to CurricUNET.
4. Pass the SFCCD-mandated training to teach online: "Introduction to Online Teaching and Learning" (IOTL).
5. Meet with the Alternative Media Specialist for an accessibility compliance check for your course.
6. Meet with the Distance Learning and Teaching Specialist to confirm compliance with the DEA.
7. Present your course at the one- and four- module checks in the semester before you plan to teach it online.
If you have not gone through the SFCCD-mandated training, you will need to take the 5-week IOTL training before you may teach online at CCSF.
Here are the next four 5-week IOTL training sessions:
SESSION 2- January 2020 (dates TBD)
SESSION 3 - June 2020 (dates TBD)
DLAC-approved applicants will be paid consistent with Exhibit N in the AFT contract to develop an online course in the semester that they first train or develop the online course. Failure to develop a course after receiving compensation may result in applicants owing the College the equivalent in units or return of the overpayment.
Instructors must be approved for every online course they teach, whether it is a newly created course or a course developed by another instructor. Pay for development of takeover courses will be considered on a case by case basis by the DLAC.
Fill out the following form to begin the seven-step process.
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