Duplicate course materials, enroll students, collect tuition revenue, disseminate course materials, facilitate communication and the movement of assignments between faculty and students, maintain records and progress information on all students, and pay course costs.
Report any FTE generated by this course to the Office of Institutional Analysis and Planning in the name of the academic department.
IV. Faculty Member’s Responsibilities
In agreeing to the development and teaching of the above listed course, the Faculty Member agrees to perform the following:
Collaborate with Distance Learning staff to redesign the campus-based course into the distance education format in accordance with the policies and guidelines of the IL Office.
Collaborate on the development of the Distance Education Course Approval Packet and facilitate the review and transmission of the Approval Packet through the various curriculum committees for ultimate approval.
Determine the course support needs for faculty member and students in consultation with the IL Student Services Manager.
Assist the DLOT Marketing Coordinator in creating and implementing a marketing plan for the course.
Manage the course activities and provide feedback to and evaluate students who enroll in the course.
Assist the IL support staff in acquiring student course progress information as needed for records and
Maintain as appropriate the course currency and accuracy in coordination with DLOT staff.
Agree to a license to DLOT to utilize the course materials as an offering of Auburn University with the
Faculty Member as instructor.
Assure that this course will not be offered in a like method so as to create a competitive situation for the IL offering. This does not include the offering of campus-based courses for AU students offered on-load as part of the Faculty Member’s regular teaching assignments.
Complete required course and administrative forms in a timely manner, including but not limited to such forms as grade sheets, extra job approval forms, UPO10s, and after-the-fact reporting sheets.
Assume the teaching load of this Independent Learning course for a minimum of three terms in the absence of extenuating circumstances.
Abide by all applicable policies and procedures of Auburn University Comprehensive Policies and Procedures for Distance Education and those of the Independent Learning Program.
_____________________________ NOTE: Any instructional materials that may become commercialized as a result of this course will be so stated and detailed along with ownership and royalty arrangements in an Authorship and Royalty Agreement.
V. Agreement Signatures
Faculty Member: Department Head: Director, DLOT:
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