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100% online course or program

When the University offers a 100% online course or program, it will be offered with the expectation that students need not visit campus for any...

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Contact hours

The Higher Learning Commission is required by the U.S. Department of Education to assure that all its member institutions are complying with the...

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Defining ordinary and extraordinary services

Ordinary support UDM's instructional designers would be happy to meet with you to discuss your plans for your online course or program. If...

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Distance education proposal checklist

Hybrid or online courses or programs that are developed must meet a university standard for quality, sound learning objectives, student engagement,...

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Distance learning terms

Defining commonly used terms offers faculty and administration a way of communicating ideas effectively when developing online materials, courses, or...

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Faculty compensation for development of an online program

To ensure that students in a program have consistently high quality education experiences, courses developed for an online program need to be owned...

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Faculty selection to develop and teach online courses and programs

The University will make every effort to use full-time UDM faculty to both develop and teach online courses, provided the faculty are willing,...

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IDS supported tools for online education

The Instructional Design Studio endeavors to provide UDM faculty and students support and training in the use of a broad range of tools used in the...

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MFA Online Course / Program Approval Process

Whether you're transforming an existing course or program or creating a completely new online program, the McNichols Faculty Assembly has...

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Online program codes

Effective July 1, 2010, the Higher Learning Commission stipulated that the University of Detroit Mercy was authorized for “Initiation of...

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Ownership and Use agreements

When developing an online course, it's very important that all parties have agreed in advance on who will own the developed course and how that...

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Use of On-Campus Rooms: 75%-99% Online Course or Program Policy

There will be cases where faculty developing an online course or program will want to include one or more face-to-face sessions. This will need to be...

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Who has access to my courses?

Faculty of record (as listed on Banner) and currently registered students have access to Blackboard course sites by default. Faculty may enroll...

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