Instructor and Student Resources during Campus Closure

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Online Courses and Distance Education

The Office of Online Learning and Educational Technology (OLET) provides resources to faculty using technology in teaching and learning for in-person, remote and online classes. 

CCSF offers a growing number of online classes in response to student demand.  TMI  provides support to CCSF faculty teaching online or using technology to enhance the face-to-face learning experience.  It also ensures that the College’s offerings are high-quality and that faculty have the support needed to thrive in the online instructional environment.

The City College Curriculum Committee has approved definitions for all modes of instruction. The definitions were updated with revisions and additions on April 22, 2020, at a Special Meeting of the Curriculum Committee. 

The College is committed to providing high-quality training for faculty that supports effective pedagogical practices. It ensures that classes are ADA compliant, follows the Department of Education's guidance on distance education, and California Title 5 regulations for distance education Faculty wishing to teach online are required to complete training and are offered continued opportunities for ongoing professional development. 


 

 
Please find the award information breakdown for Fall 2020 development cohorts. 
 
  Number of Applications
Submitted Applications* 86
Reviewed by the Distance Learning Advisory Committee 62
Recommended by the Distance Learning Advisory Committee 57
Awarded by the Office of Online Learning and Educational Technology** 45
U-Funded 22
Funded by Strong Workforce 0
Funded by Adult Education Program 10

*Submitted applications were not always complete (e.g., missing responses), needed to be retracted because the faculty member changed their mind before the review period, or submitted multiple applications when only one application per faculty member per semester will be reviewed. 

**Two awards were declined. Four awards were deferred to the Spring 2021 development Cycle. Some awards do not require funding because the developer has already met the number of awards and/or the course has already been developed. Some applications are received but the applicant does not meet criteria. Additionally, some faculty extend development beyond one semester; those faculty are included in the training and not represented in the numbers above. A total of 42 faculty completed the Introduction to Online Teaching and Learning Training (IOTL) and the Advanced Teaching and Learning Training (AOTL) in Fall 2020.

    Please find the award information breakdown for Spring 2021 development cohorts. 
     
      Number of Applications
    Submitted Applications* 128
    Reviewed by the Distance Learning Advisory Committee 106
    Recommended by the Distance Learning Advisory Committee 104
    Awarded by the Office of Online Learning and Educational Technology** 48
    U-Funded 19
    Funded by Strong Workforce 8
    Funded by Adult Education Program and WEWOA 9

    *Submitted applications were not always complete (e.g., missing responses), needed to be retracted because the faculty member changed their mind before the review period, or submitted multiple applications when only one application per faculty member per semester will be reviewed. 

    **One application was withdrawn. Two awards were declined. Some awards do not require funding because the developer has already met the number of awards and/or the course has already been developed. Some applications are received but the applicant does not meet criteria. Additionally, some faculty extend development beyond one semester; those faculty are included in the training and not represented in the numbers above. The Spring 2021 Cycle was informed by the College's current budget situation and the impact on instructional budgets for 2021-22.