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Northwest Online began offering online courses to university students in the spring of 1999. This fall MoVIP or the Missouri Virtual Instruction Program opened its virtual classroom doors to students in grades 9-12 on August 15 with grades 6-8 courses becoming available next year. The MoVIP 6-12 office is located on campus in the Center for Information Technology and Education (CITE) office.
CITE will be offering four workshops for faculty on Tuesday, August 21 in Owens Library Room 250. These workshops are scheduled from 1:00 p.m. until 4:30 p.m. You may sign up for these workshops using our new workshop scheduler at http://cite.nwmissouri.edu/workshop/ The schedule for the CITE workshops is listed below:
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Course requests for the fall trimester can be submitted by accessing the Create-a-Course Request Form link on the login page on Northwest Online. These request forms are e-mailed directly to the CITE Office for processing and provide an effective way to efficiently process faculty requests in a timely and accurate manner. As always, faculty can request new course sites or duplications using the Create-a-Course Request Form link.
Tegrity has recently upgraded to the new Tegrity Classroom version. With this new upgrade, Tegrity has added powerful search and retrieval features, created access methods via Tegrity Enhanced Podcasting and simplified the posting of class content to course folders. One of the most attractive features of Tegrity Classroom is the ease of upgrade and deployment. Because it’s a web service, you just click a link to a URL to get to Tegrity and login. Tegrity automatically recognizes you, identifies your role and directs you to either the “record” or “play” functionality. No more JAVA downloads.
If you are interested in having your online course reviewed by your peers, please contact us as CITE. Quality REACHE Peer Course Review is a faculty peer review process provided by the KC REACHE consortium members of which Northwest Missouri State University is a member. Online courses are reviewed by a review team consisting of three faculty including a team chair, content expert, and one member from outside the institution. Feedback from the peer review team is given to the instructor based on the course review rubric’s online quality standards. Learn more about the Quality REACHE Peer Course Review process by visiting the web site at http://cite.nwmissouri.edu/qualityreache/ or contact Darla Runyon at x-1532 or e-mail her at email@example.com