eLearning OHIO offers many opportunities for faculty, staff, and visiting professionals to teach in varying durations, formats, and delivery methods throughout the year.
Full-time, part-time, adjunct, and visiting instructors and professional staff teach individual classes and entire degree programs online through eLearning OHIO to meet the educational goals of graduate and undergraduate 100% online degree students, traditional students, and visiting/nondegree students.
Online coursework at OHIO University means that nearly all or all of the content is delivered online and courses are scheduled every term either in full-term or half-term durations. Most online classes are tied to the academic schedule, but a limited number of offerings are available for enrollment at any time in the term.
Summer programming offers degree-based and online instruction for new and continuing students at all levels, professional development opportunities, and a chance for curricular innovation. Summer offerings complement fall, and spring terms and support student, faculty, and university goals.
Faculty can offer instruction on campus, online, or at another remote location; develop creative, new classes for summer-only; or compress traditional offerings into one-, two-, or three-week durations.
For more information about teaching during the Summer, visit Summer 2012 Planning for resources and data.
Print-based courses are the oldest and most accessible form of distance education, providing educational opportunities in countries around the world. Research has documented that, given high quality instructional materials and good interaction between instructor and learner, learning occurs in a print-based course which is equivalent to classroom learning. A print-based, or independent learning course, has four primary elements:
For more information about teaching a print-based course, contact Mike Lafreniere at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Primarily during the Summer, but as a possibility at any time in the academic year, faculty may develop domestic travel opportunities for students, much like Education Abroad programs. Domestic Travel opportunities are administered and often funded by eLearning OHIO who can provide faculty with unique marketing, administrative, recruitment, and planning capabilities.
For more information about and assistance with Domestic Travel opportunities, please contact Patricia Davidson, (email@example.com), 740.593.1767.
Flexible WorkshopsPrimarily during the Summer, but as a possibility at any time in the academic year, faculty may develop flexible workshops. Typically these opportunities are compressed format of less than half the term’s duration; may be delivered oncampus, online, at an alternative location, such as a school district building, or as a travel opportunity; existing course content or new content for an experimental offering; may be funded from Summer budgets, college or departmental academic year budgets, or self-supporting through program fees and tuition coming back to offset the expense.
NoncrediteLearning OHIO offers a wide range of highly interactive, skill-enhancing courses and career development certificate programs that can be taken entirely online. Our online courses are affordable, fun, fast, convenient, and geared to your learning and career goals. These non-credit courses include teacher re-certification, computer applications, programming, web-design, health and legal professions, business and management skills, grant-writing and non-profit management. With experienced instructors drawn from both the university and the business world, as well as CEUs available for most courses, our programs are world class.
For more information about Noncredit teaching opportunities, contact Lisa Dael (firstname.lastname@example.org) at 740.593.0838.