Course and Program Development
Faculty and administrators interested in developing online courses and programs can partner with online learning experts at CETL. Selected partners work with instructional designers who integrate best practices in online learning, coordinate development services, and ensure on-time delivery. With CETL’s unwavering commitment to embracing diversity and helping all of our students meet with academic and career success, faculty partners can be confident that their courses and programs are built to CETL’s rigorous quality certification standards.
- Online course development requires two full terms. Proposals should be submitted at least a year prior to anticipated launch. Program development projects occur in concert with course development.
- Degree-credit courses at Georgia State University are taught in iCollege, giving our partners and students access to our full suite of powerful learning technologies. Non-credit, public-facing courses are delivered through Stacks, our online storefront. Simultaneous development in both platforms is possible.
- CETL streamlines online course and program development through collaborative planning and transparent project-management strategies.
- CETL ensures a consistent, high-quality experience for our online students through use of a common online course environment and syllabus template.
- CETL can help answer questions related to accessibility, copyright, and ownership of digital educational materials. We can also facilitate conversations related to program approval, marketing, accreditation and reciprocity, website updates, and other administrative considerations.
- All courses and programs developed in partnership with CETL meet our quality certification standards.