Online Course Development Agreement
If developing a new, redesigned, or Blackboard Ultra migration course in an online format, faculty must first submit an Online Course Development Agreement to CID. This notifies CID staff that you are interested in discussing a partnership to deliver an online course, certificate, or program within the next 12 to 18 months. If you are ready to begin with the process, please click the link below.
Frequently Asked Questions
I have submitted my form, what happens next?
The form will then be routed to your Chair/Program Director and Dean. Upon approval, the proposal will be routed to the Center for Instructional Design, Extended University, and the University Provost for final review.
What happens once my agreement is approved?
Once approved, you will be contacted by the Director of CID and notified of the development timeline for your upcoming online course.
What happens if my agreement is not approved?
If your agreement is not approved, it may be returned to the initiator for completion of initial requirements (perhaps additional training) or proposed revision (perhaps change in launch date). The agreement will be kept in queue until any revision or requirements are complete.
If you have any additional questions, please contact Ms. Cira Montoya Olson, Director, Center for Instructional Design, at firstname.lastname@example.org.