Online Education Project
Message regarding request for proposals 2015 - 9 June 2014:
Dear UA Community:
The University of Arizona will expand online learning opportunities for undergraduate students interested in an entirely online experience. To that end, the Online Education Project (OEP) will be administered out of the office of the Vice Provost for Digital Learning and Student Engagement effective Fall 2014. A message will come out this summer detailing how units may apply for OEP monies.
The Office of Instruction and Assessment continues to support instructional innovation for online, hybrid and face-to-face learning experiences. If you have an interest in online or hybrid teaching, please contact Gretchen Gibbs - email@example.com
The Online Education Project (OEP) was created to expand the capacity for excellence in teaching and learning within fully online or hybrid course environments. Funded by the student technology fee, this project will result in a support infrastructure for high quality course development, best practices in fully online and hybrid course instruction, and successful learning practices for students in fully online and hybrid courses. Courses supported in this project provide opportunities for students to become successful online learners and meet degree requirements in a timely way.
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