Fall application materials are now available and proposals are due by 11:59PM on Tuesday, November 18th. No late applications will be accepted under any circumstances. Notification of awards will be made before the end of the semester.
There are two types of TAC applications: one for faculty wishing to develop online/hybrid courses and one for those wishing to develop projects that integrate technology into their curriculum. For faculty wishing to develop online/hybrid courses, there are two separate applications, one for faculty new to online course development, and one for faculty who have already developed online courses at NSCC.
1. If you would like to develop an online/hybrid course:
Please contact Andrea Milligan or Lance Eaton. They will explain the process and discuss the expectations, have you complete some short readiness activities, and give you an application. You will also need to discuss your plans with, and get the approval of, your Division Dean.
The design and development phase for faculty new to teaching an online/hybrid course at North Shore Community College begins with a 6 week online course, Teaching and Learning Online. This online course will run January 2 – February 15, 2015 (for fall 2015 and spring 2016 courses) and May 15 – June 28, 2015 (for spring 2016 courses only).
Applications and process are available during your consultation with Andrea Milligan or Lance Eaton.
2. If you would like to develop a project integrating technology into the curriculum:
Apply for a TAC grant. The application also includes project ideas and the description of the TAC process. Please read all of the materials before completing your application. Division Deans and Department Chairs would appreciate an email letting them know about your ideas so they can support your efforts.
- These application materials are also available on Pipeline. To access, go to the My Northshore tab and click the Technology Across the Curriculum link (left column in the Faculty Resources box.)
- Applicants need not have high level experience using technology, but because the TAC grant is becoming highly competitive, we urge applicants to prepare their applications carefully, making sure the descriptive narrative is thorough and clear. We are also, of course, interested in the applicant’s motivation and willingness to think about how technology can improve his/her teaching.
Andrea Milligan, Director of Instructional Technology and Design, and Terri Whitney, TAC Coordinator and Professor of English