CETLOE design teams work with faculty and faculty leadership to create high-quality online courses and programs. Often spanning multiple semesters, online course and program design projects require significant and sustained commitment from faculty and draw upon the expertise of the full CETLOE team, including learning experience designers, multimedia developers, learning technologists and learning analysts. Although every engagement is different, check out the tabs below to see how a typical project might unfold.
If you're considering launching a new online, hybrid or face-to-face program, our design teams are ready to hear what you need and to share how CETLOE might be able to collaborate with you and your faculty to achieve your aims.
If you’re at the point where you've decided to launch, we’re ready to help develop or refine your program's goals, milestones and outcomes. At this point, you’ll work with one of CETLOE's program designers to develop a flexible, realistic development plan that considers the unique needs of your faculty.
Once you have a program plan, we’re ready for program development. Program development typically includes workshopping with your program faculty on critical items across the curriculum, such as building community, curriculum mapping, developing common teaching practices and developing a data analytics plan.
After everyone is on the same page regarding program design and development, CETLOE's course designers will begin working one-on-one with faculty to design and produce immersive courses that engage and challenge students and highlight the expertise and enthusiasm of the faculty. As individual course development projects proceed, we’ll continue to bring program faculty together regularly to help break down silos, share knowledge, spark new ideas, reflect on the process and ensure shared commitment to the successful launch of your program.
(NOTE: Although most of our course development work is connected to larger program development projects, CETLOE is also available to support stand-alone course development.)
“Excellent work…We would not have had such rich instructional resources without you. 13 well-produced videos! 60 minutes of high-quality content! This semester, more than 650 students will watch those videos, and I plan to use them next semester as well. That’s a lot of lives you’re touching.”
“I can’t remember the last time I was this nervous about the start of a semester…That is to say, it’s more of an excited nervous, than a anxious nervous.”
“I am very impressed with your thorough iCollege page and am greatly looking forward to this course.”
“I just wanted to send you a quick note to thank you again for all of the work you put in designing this course. Every time I go into iCollege to do something, I reflect on the fact that you did so much work that has made (a) the course significantly better, and (b) my life much easier.”
“This class was one of the most intriguing and most well organized that I’ve taken online so far. For this to be your first year teaching online, this was done seamlessly!”