During the Fall 2022 semester, the Office of Distance Learning will open registration for those interested in participating in one of the learning communities selected through the CFP process.
Members do not need to be ULearn Certified and may be faculty, staff, or graduate teaching assistants. Each learning community will be limited to no more than eight member-role participants.
Members should plan to meet and contribute to their learning community through May 2023.
- FLCs are required to meet at least monthly (with a minimum of eight meetings during the academic year).
Members are required to contribute to the successful completion of core deliverables:
- Achieve the goals and deliverables identified by the FLC. These may include (but are not limited to) seminars, retreats, conference presentations, teaching projects, applications for new course designs, white papers, resource pages, webinars, Moodle resource courses, surveys, videos, blogs, vlogs, podcasts, infographics, grant applications, and publications.
- Give a presentation on the FLC’s activities at the FLC Showcase in Spring 2023.
- Disseminate results by generating content to be shared via the DL website or other relevant means.
Members will receive a $300 honorarium after participating in the FLC.