Course Development

Faculty Guidelines for Teaching Online, Hybrid, or Blended Courses at NCCC

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At Niagara County Community College the Online Learning department strives to ensure all of our online courses meet our Quality Course Standards. As an online instructor, you will meet quality course standards through course design, effective online teaching behaviors, SLO assessment, and on-going and continuous course improvements.  If you’re interested in teaching online at NCCC, please go through the following steps:

Step 1- See if this mode of teaching is right for you-  Self Assessment from Penn State

or, view the SUNY Online Teaching Readiness resource page.

Step 2 Review the NCCC Online Learning FAQ’s for Teaching Online, Hybrid, and Blended Course and, NCCC Online Learning Guide for Teaching Online, Hybrid, Blended Courses.

Step 3- Submit a ProposalDownload the form

Step 4- Course Development/Training For New Online Learning Instructors – Course development process is described on pages 4-5 of the NCCC Online Learing FAQ’s for Teaching Online, Hybrid and Blended Courses and outlined in the NCCC Online Learning Guide for Teaching Online, Hybrid, Blended Courses.

Resources:

SUNY Quality Online Course Requirements “OSCQR

NCCC Quick Guide Checklist for Online Courses

Open SUNY Center for Online Teaching Resources and Community Hub  

Open SUNY Youtube Video Series 

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