Students can easily access many of KSU’s available resources (some of which are listed on the right) online. Students can take advantage of free computer training, take a virtual tour of Georgia View, order textbooks from the KSU bookstore, utilize the KSU virtual library, and obtain support from ITS for issues with Owl Express, KSU Wi-Fi, and Georgia View. There’s a student resource page for additional links to valuable information.
In addition to resources available for students, we will soon be offering the following resources for faculty. Your NetID and password will be required in order to access the resources.
Fall 2012 AIE form submission deadline: August 31, 2012
Do not forget to visit the UC Distance Learning course within your courses in Georgia View. It is a one-stop shop with resources available at your fingertips and a Distance Learning Manual.
Faculty interested in teaching online or in a hybrid format:
Interested in teaching a course online or in a hybrid format? If so, then you will want to consider enrolling in KSU’s CETL online teaching certificate that uses the Quality Matters rubric. Please visit the Faculty Development and Training Resources link below for workshop offerings. Also, we have provided the link to Quality Matters website giving you additional information on the rubric used at KSU.
After completing the CETL Online Teaching Certificate, please visit the Distance Learning Center link for the process of developing and submitting a course for review.
Distance Learning Center link
The online course submission deadlines below are for faculty who have worked with an instructional designer and have gone through a pre-review process. The process and deadlines can also be found on the Distance Learning website.
Spring 2013 - courses should be submitted by October 5, 2012 to guarantee an initial review prior to opening of registration on November 7, 2012.
Contact for additional information or schedule a meeting to discuss course development, course submission, QM rubric, or distance learning needs.
University College Distance Learning Director, Deborah Mixson-Brookshire