Instructional Technology Certificate Program

Release Date: Tuesday, Dec 18, 2018

Instructional Technology Services invites you to submit a proposal to participate in the Instructional Technology Certificate Program (ITCP) for learning how to develop a high-quality course. This no-cost, professional development program is offered to full-time instructors, instructional designers, and instructional/distance education support staff throughout the university, including the College Station, Galveston, and Qatar campuses; the Health Science Center; the School of Law; and the Higher Education Center at McAllen.
 
The newly updated online certificate program teaches participants the pedagogical practices of incorporating technology with course design and teaching. It is ideal for anyone teaching or designing face-to-face, blended, or fully online courses. Plus, you further your professional development by earning CEUs. Several electives are available to customize the training to fit your needs.
 
Participants will receive a $1,000 faculty award to help offset course redesign costs after successfully completing the program. Participants enrolled in ITCP who are fulfilling any other ITS grant requirements are not eligible to receive this faculty award. A condition of the faculty award is to present at the Transformational Teaching & Learning Conference.
 
The program starts Wednesday, February 6. The number of participants is limited to a cohort of approximately 20 full-time instructors, instructional designers, and instructional/distance education support staff. A proposal submission is required for consideration into the program.
 
Submit a proposal by Thursday, January 31. Attach the proposal as a Microsoft Word or Adobe PDF file in an email to itshelp@tamu.edu. ITS will send selection information to participants by Friday, February 1.
 
Learn more about required courses, approved electives, and proposal guidelines at http://its.tamu.edu/itcp. Feel free to forward this invitation to others who may be interested

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