Provost forms new faculty advisory committee around online education
ThoughtWork | March 11, 2013
Provost Claire Sterk invites nominations and expressions of interest from faculty for membership on a new Faculty Advisory Committee on Online Education. The committee members will be drawn from faculty representing all academic units of the university.
The committee will be responsible for advising the Provost on issues around online education, including
- Shaping Emory's short and long term goals and vision for online education;
- Establishing standards and proposal guidelines for university-wide online course offerings from Emory (for example, Coursera);
- Reviewing course proposals and selecting courses to be developed for university-wide online courses; and
- Considering policy issues such as licensing, intellectual property, faculty workload, and compensation issues.
To nominate a colleague or express your interest in membership on this committee, please click here. Please submit nominations or expressions of interest by March 29.