Build a Web Course Workshop Spring 2020


Facilitators: Dr. Tammy Powell and Mr. Stephen Bartlett

The College of Humanities and Social Sciences Office of Digital Education is now accepting applications for its award-winning Build a Web Course Workshop to assist faculty in building high quality online and hybrid courses.

Full time faculty who attend all workshop sessions, complete all online modules, participate in all activities, and build a start here module plus four content modules of an online or hybrid course to quality standards by the due date will receive a certificate to indicate their successful completion.

Please note: completing this workshop successfully will only earn you a certificate. If your college has approved you to earn compensation by building a course, this workshop will support you in the course build. However, this workshop will not automatically result in compensation. You will need to talk to the chair of your department regarding any compensation.

This course will cover online learning theory, andragogy and pedagogy, accessibility, best practices in course development, advanced D2L and other instructional technologies, research-based quality standards, effective online course design, technology to make life easier, copyright, cheating prevention, open educational resources, and many other topics.

The workshop will include 8 intensive weeks of online and face-to-face work including two mandatory 1-on-1 meetings with one of the facilitators.


If you have any questions, please contact one of the facilitators:
Tammy Powell,
Stephen Bartlett,

Applicants must fill out the Google form application before midnight on Monday, January 20, 2020. Be sure to review the workshop schedule before applying to ensure you can attend.