Interested faculty should submit a Concept Paper (max. 5-pages, 12-point font) that addresses each of the Selection Criteria, above, by May 05, 2014.
Participants chosen to move to Stage 2 will be asked to submit a full proposal (max. 12-pages, 12-point font) by June 15, 2014.
Recipients will be notified by July 1, 2014.
Funding ranges from $5,000-$10,000, depending on scope and significance of the project. Average award is $7,000 and for faculty compensation only.
Submissions should be sent by email only to
Dr. Jane Neapolitan, Assistant Provost
Elements of Successful Course Redesigns
(adopted from NCAT http://www.thencat.org/)
Based on its nationwide experiences, NCAT has identified six different models for applying these elements. The six models represent different points on the continuum from a fully face-to-face course to a fully online course. The Course Redesign Project at Towson University will support redesigns of existing courses (or the development of new courses) that utilize any of these approaches:
Spring 2014 Awardees
College of Business and Economics -
Fall 2013 Awardees
Fisher College of Science and Mathematics – PHYS 211, Physics for Allied Health Professions
Spring 2013 Awardees
College of Business and Economics - FIN 331, Principles of Financial Management
College of Liberal Arts- FMST 101, Introduction to Family Studies
Office of Academic Innovation