eLearning & Innovation (eLi)
Charge of Committee
The eLearning & Innovation Steering Committee (eLISC)
will guide and offer oversight to all initiatives of the eLearning &
Innovation (formerly DL) department. The eLISC will be
the focal point clearing house for collaboration, communication, coordination
and integration of the eLi department’s activities with the rest of the
college’s activities, action projects and strategic planning. It will ensure
the eLi department is effectively collaborating with adjunct & full-time faculty
to lead and effectively support all aspects of development & support of all
NC State courses, identifying recognizing & scaling innovation and best
practices in teaching via adjunct & full-time faculty professional
Assist in adjunct & full-time faculty development and
teaching innovation policies to be submitted to the college and related areas for
review/coordination as needed.
Assist in developing and reviewing a yearly strategic plan
for the eLi Department with specific measurable goals, milestones, metrics and
objectives for all eLi activities. Review and revise as needed each year.
Identify new significant technology purchases to recommend
to the IT Services Committee to best support and scale innovation with emerging
learning and teaching technologies.
Identify collaboratively with adjunct & fulltime faculty
their needs & interests for development programming and ensure eLi programming
is developed across multiple modes to meet identified needs.
Advise on policies and processes for ongoing development of
the Quality Matters initiative for excellence in online & hybrid courses.
Identify, advise and seek out external resources to
recognize & support innovation in student success across all modalities.
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