Excellence in Online Teaching and Learning (EOTL) 2019-2020 - Registration and Readiness Survey
To register for EOTL 2019-2020, please fill out the contact information and complete the readiness survey below.
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RDC Email Address
Preferred Email Address
In what program do you teach?
Do you consider yourself to be proficient in Blackboard prior to beginning EOTL?
Mostly, but I will schedule a refresher appointment with the CTL
No. I will be making an appointment with the CTL to help me get ready for EOTL
Have you ever designed and developed a course for online delivery?
Do you have a specific course that you will be teaching in an online format in the next 6 to 12 months? If yes, please provide the name/number of this course.
Audit and Certified Tracks
The Audit Track is fully independent / asynchronous engagement with EOTL. Each course will walk you through key resources and will contain some small learning activities (e.g. quizzes, self-reflection, engagement with some technology, etc). The Audit Track is designed to help you build your knowledge around different aspects of teaching online.
The Certified Track is designed to provide you with opportunities to practice EOTL knowledge, with support and feedback from Learning Designers. Certified Projects will involve the creation of different curriculum pieces that can be incorporated into an online teaching environment.
You can change tracks after registration simply by contacting the CTL (
Which track are you interested in enrolling in?
The program will be made available through Blackboard on October 15, 2019, and consists of seven courses. You can start and work through each course in any order you choose.
Submission of the Certified Projects can occur any time up until May 31, 2020 (and meetings with Learning Designers will take place no later than June 15, 2020).
Please be prepared to dedicate approximately two to five hours each course to meet the requirements for EOTL (Certified Track). One exception to this is Course 5: Universal Design for Learning, which will take approximately 10 hours to complete.
Please indicate which courses you are considering completing upon registration (Audit or Certified Track).
Design in a LMS (Learning Management System) - 2 to 5 hours
Formative and Summative Assessments - 2 to 5 hours
Teaching with a Synchronous Tool - 2 to 5 hours
Creating Media - 2 to 5 hours
Universal Design for Learning (UDL) in Online Education - 10 hours
Badges in Blackboard - 2 to 5 hours
Instructor Presence and Classroom Climate - 2 to 5 hours
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