Teaching Online for Graduate Students (TOGS) will be offered in Spring 2024. If you're interested in expanding your understanding of online teaching or require support for your course, we encourage you to submit a request for an instructional design consultation.
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Are you a graduate student who is new to online learning or interested in teaching an online course? Would you like to boost your teaching credentials and learn new instructional skills? This four-week, fully online asynchronous course will introduce you to online teaching and develop your knowledge and ability to implement and teach online courses at the University of South Carolina and throughout your career as an educator. Course topics will include the following:
- Recognizing online learning best practices
- Identifying on-campus learner and faculty support resources
- Revising a syllabus for an online course
- Comparing online learning models and theories
- Creating measurable learning outcomes/objectives
- Discussing the course design and development process
- Collaborating and networking with peers
The goal of this course is to support and develop a community of graduate students prepared to develop and teach high-quality, asynchronous online courses. You may apply for this course if you:
- Are an experienced graduate student at the University of South Carolina, and
- Have at least one semester of face-to-face or online teaching experience as the instructor of record or primary teacher.
Priority will be given to graduate students who teach as instructor of record or primary teacher who are scheduled to teach online for USC in an upcoming semester. This course is offered fully online and asynchronous (does not have any scheduled meeting times).
Participants who successfully complete the course will receive a certificate of completion. There are no fees associated with this course.
Admission to this course is competitive and spaces are limited, so apply early. Applicants will be expected to complete 100 percent of the course activities on the appointed schedule in order to receive the certificate of completion.