Based on insights flowing from the Upper Level Math/Stats and SILP course sharing projects, a multi-campus, multi-disciplinary steering group and task force are working in concert to explore models and possibilities for course sharing across the digital network.
Math & Stats Steering Group:
This group met in the fall of 2017 to develop a RECOMMENDATION based on insights gained through the Spring ’16 and Fall ’17 course sharing pilots.
Multidisciplinary Advisory Group:
This group was convened in January 2018 to advance the course sharing exploration over the course of the spring term. With the recommendation from the Math/Stats group as a starting point, this group will consider a wider range of opportunities across the disciplines and the policies and processes to support a course sharing agreement and framework.
Steering Committee: Members
Course Design Task Force:
This group was convened in January 2018. With the recommendation from the Math/Stats group as a starting point, this group will develop technical and design guidelines to support robust teaching, learning and student engagement as part of a course sharing framework that may emerge from these deliberations.
Task Force: Members
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