Academic Technology Learning Design Fellows Program
This summer, Academic Technology Learning Design (formerly OTLS) is offering 2 teaching fellowships to encourage the creation of quality online courses with the assistance of an instructional designer for use in Baylor graduate and undergraduate curricula. The fellowship is designated for full-time Baylor faculty members (which can include tenured and tenure-track faculty, regular lecturers, and senior lecturers). The fellowship occurs this summer, but you will be crafting a future online class for fall 2020 or for spring/summer 2021.
Recipients of this teaching fellowship will receive a stipend of $1,000 and will be expected to spend at least 20 hours working with an instructional designer (remotely if needed) who can provide guidance on designing an online course, structuring content, choosing learning assessments, building interactivity and implementing best practices.
The fellow will also be expected to share their experience with other faculty and graduate students by presenting on their course and the instructional design process in either a LATS offered seminar, one of the Academy for Teaching and Learning’s Seminars for Excellence in Teaching (SET) or another appropriate venue. The fellow's course will also be used as a "model" to be shared with other faculty as needed.
To apply, candidates should submit a curriculum vitae, a brief statement (1-2 pages) describing your proposed course, goals, & rationale for applying for the fellowship, and a previous sample syllabus. Applicants should also agree to complete the hours and share the process and their results with other faculty. Preference will be given to faculty who already have at least some experience teaching online, but are looking ahead to next year and to ways that their course can be enhanced through innovative approaches and engaging tools to take it to the next level and ultimately provide inspiration for other faculty.
For additional information, contact Dr. Becky Sue Parton.