The University of North Carolina's General Administration (UNC-GA) website provides instructions and documents for planning new online programs and requesting authorization in compliance with the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS).
For more information, visit UNC-GA on the web.
We offer one on one training, and hands-on group workshops in multiple delivery formats. Whether you've been teaching online for years, or you are about to teach your first online course, we tailor our training to meet your specific needs.
contact Shunta' Hailey, Online Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org, ext. 2522 or James Heard, Instructional Technologist at email@example.com, ext 1195.
Certification involves three steps: 1) training, 2) course development, and (3) Quality Matters course review.
Certification Training includes the following Canvas modules, (depending on whether you are seeking online or hybrid certification):
To become certified, instructors must:
To ensure quality and integrity in new and existing online courses, we utilize two rubrics based on industry standards for best practices in online teaching and course development.
Deans, Department Chairs and individual faculty may contact Shunta' Hailey at 2522 or firstname.lastname@example.org to request to have a Quality Assurance Evaluation completed.
UNC Academic Services Portal (ASP) is a web based, centralized database of approved proctors that facilitates the distribution and collection of exam materials for proctored exams, for online courses. It provides for automated exam distribution, automated reminder messages to students and enables professors to track student's scheduling activities.
For additional information, review the FAQ document below, or contact Shunta' Hailey at 910-672-2522 or email@example.com.