Online Course Approval
For the development of a new online course (not an existing course conversion), the course must go through a BGSU curriculum modification, otherwise known as “blue” or “green” sheeting.
|1. Seek College Approval||Consult with your Department Chair or Program Director and seek college approval to develop and teach the course online.
|2. Start the Curriculum Modification Process||
The OSAP online syllabus review process is part of the Curriculum Modification process, which all courses being delivered in an online or blended format must go through. Below are instructions and links to the appropriate Undergraduate and Graduate curriculum modification process pages for you to get started.
|3. Substantial Support Agreement Form (optional)||
NOTE: You can skip this section if you are not requesting substantial support from the university for the development of distance materials. (see pages 130-133 of the Collective Bargaining Agreement to learn about what subtantial support entails).
The purpose of this written agreement is to establish mutual understanding of the terms and conditions for the development or substantial revision of distance learning materials in exchange for substantial University support.
|4. OSAP Review Process (Online Summer and Academic Programs)||
|NOTE: For assistance with online course and syllabus design and development, contact the Center for Faculty Excellence - email@example.com | 419-372-6898|