The ETI team recognizes that each faculty member’s approach to teaching is unique, and we partner with faculty members to plan effective approaches to meeting their instructional goals.
Working with the ETI team takes on many different forms depending on the faculty member. It can range from a one hour consultation where we review your syllabus or Sakai site for alignment of content and objectives, to a longer term project where we collaborate with you to develop a course. Below are sample timelines for different types of projects.
Fast consultation process
(Note: in some cases you could do all of this in 48 hours depending on the extent of the content and available ETI time and resources)
Course development process
The following graphic provides insights into the more detailed full course development process. It highlights ETI’s course development process and the approximate time needed to work with the ETI on course development. In some cases content or features desired for a course could affect the process and the timeline. Course development is just one of many ways the ETI team can work with faculty to provide support.
ETI team members working on a course could include the following roles: instructional designers, graphic artists, animators, medical illustrators, technical developers. Members of the team normally work on multiple projects at one time; contact the ETI (firstname.lastname@example.org) to discuss available time and resources.