eLearning

NOTE: When the delivery of a course is being changed from face-to-face to hybrid or online, or when a brand new course is being proposed for hybrid or online delivery, the submission process provided below should be followed.

Resources for the Hybrid Course Redesign Process
at Penn State Harrisburg

Submission Process for NEW hybrid courses:

  1. Prospective faculty applicants should formally consult with their Program Coordinator and School Director prior to submitting a Request for Proposal for Hybrid Course Development Form (see step 4 for link to form).
  2. Generally, at least two semesters of design and development time are needed to redesign a course for hybrid delivery.
  3. Reference Policy Guideline #A-9 http://harrisburg.psu.edu/policy/hybrid-courses
  4. Submit Request for Proposal for Hybrid Course Development Form RFPhybridcourseV4.doc

Intellectual Property Rights:

Read and understand the University's policy regarding intellectual property rights by referring to the University's Policy IP03 Courseware (formerly RA17) located on the web at http://guru.psu.edu/policies/IP03.html.

Additional Resources:


Resources for the Online Course Development Process at Penn State Harrisburg

Submission Process for NEW online courses:

  1. Prospective faculty applicants should formally consult with their Program Coordinator and School Director prior to submitting a Request for Proposal for Online Course Development form (see step 3 for link to form).
  2. Generally, at least two semesters of design and development time are needed to create a new online course.
  3. Reference Policy Guideline #A-10 http://harrisburg.psu.edu/policy/online-courses
  4. The Request for Proposal (RFP) for Online Course Development RFPonlinecourseRev5.doc should be completed and submitted to the Senior Associate Dean.
  5. The Senior Associate Dean will communicate the RFP to the Faculty Center's Online Course Development Team.
NOTE: If the course being proposed for online development is a brand new course, after receiving program and school approval, it must be submitted to the Faculty Senate for approval before design and development can begin with the Faculty Center.

Intellectual Property Rights:

Read and understand the University's policy regarding intellectual property rights by referring to the University's Policy IP03 Courseware (formerly RA17) located on the web at http://guru.psu.edu/policies/IP03.html.

Additional Resources:




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