Faculty Development

Current Development Practices:

eLearning Fellows Program:

UW Bothell Information Technologies and the Office of Academic Affairs are partnering to promote innovation in teaching and learning and increased student access to UW Bothell's courses beyond the footprint of our facilities. We are offering $2000 salary stipends to faculty for course redesigns that focus on high-impact educational practices and move existing on-premise courses out of the classroom for at least 50% of the time. We hope to encourage pedagogical innovation, high-quality online and hybrid courses, and enhanced student learning.

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LT Labs:

The Learning Technologies team initiated the LT Labs series in Fall 2014. The LT Labs are one-hour sessions the purpose of which is to offer faculty and teaching staff the opportunity to discuss and workshop ideas on topics related to teaching, research, and technology. All LT Labs will be held in LB2-216 on the second floor of the library just past the IT Helpdesk. 

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Past Development Practices:

Hybrid Course Development Institute (HCDI):

The Hybrid Course Development Institute (HCDI) was a 6-week faculty professional development institute for UWB Faculty. A cohort of faculty learned the theory and methods for teaching hybrid courses at UW Bothell. The Institute was designed in the hybrid format to give participants a student's experience of a hybrid course.

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Online Learning Institute (OLI):

  • 7 Week Institute focused on how to teach online

  •  Solely online with optional face to face components

  • 10 Faculty selected to participate

  • $1500 Stipend for successful completion

Learning Goals for Participants:

  • Practice a process of designing an online course 
  • Demonstrate your ability to use Canvas for designing an online course 
  • Consider how to develop a learning community in an online environment 
  • Evaluate both assignments and course design using the Quality Matters rubric 
  • Design course content and activities appropriate for an online environment