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eQIP Supports Faculty in Online Teaching

More than 60 individuals participated in eQIP professional development offerings over the past few months for help with building, teaching and/or improving fully online courses. Among them, 15 were College of Health Sciences faculty.

College of Health Sciences eQUIP professional development participants and the courses they contributed to are listed below:

  • Karen James, adjunct faculty for the School of Allied Health Sciences Department of Respiratory Care, RESPCARE 497, Special Topics and Case Management
  • Michelle Arnett, adjunct faculty, HLTHST 382, Research Methods in Health
  • Lorrie Breshears, adjunct faculty for the School of Social Work, SOCWRK 572/574, Foundation Field Work II/ Foundation Practicum Seminar II
  • Tamra Cirerol, adjunct faculty, HLTHST 382, Research Methods in Health
  • Nicole Lang, assistant director of field education for the School of Social Work, SOCWRK 570/573, Foundation Field Work I/ Foundation Practicum Seminar I
  • Marni McDowell, adjunct faculty for the Master of Health Science program, HLTHST 207, Nutrition
  • Nicky O‚ÄôReilly, assistant professor for the School of Social Work, SOCWRK 521, HBSE II Social Dimensions of Human Behavior
  • Jared Rice, adjunct faculty, RESPCARE 440, Senior Theory: Advanced Concepts
  • Denice Liley, associate professor for the School of Social Work, SOCWRK 512, HBSE 1 Human Development Through the Life Cycle
  • Kim Martz, associate professor for the School of Nursing, NURS 612, Translation, Integration, and Dissemination of Evidence
  • Raymond Mullenax, director of Field Education and clinical associate professor for the School of Social Work, SOCWRK 514, Ethnicity, Gender, and Class
  • Linda Osgood, assistant professor for the School of Allied Health Sciences Department of Community and Environmental Health and director of interprofessional education for the College of Health Sciences, HLTHST 215, Introduction to Health Informatics
  • Joelle Powers, associate dean and associate professor for the School of Social Work, SOCWRK 503, Foundation Social Work Practice I: Individuals
  • Kim Salinger, adjunct faculty, NURS 544, Primary Care Mgmt of Adult/Geriatric Health and Illness II
  • Erica Wight, clinical assistant professor for the School of Allied Health Sciences Department of Radiologic Sciences, RADSCI 306, Professionalism and Research in Radiologic Technology

Available through the eCampus Center each semester, eQIP has space available in the following upcoming offerings:

eCampus Course Design and Development Seminar (eCD2S)

For first-time eQIP participants, or for courses that were developed prior to fall 2012, this seminar offers expert guidance through an up-to-date process of creating a new course or redesigning an existing one.

  • Fall 2016: Sept. 6-Dec. 3
  • Spring 2017: Jan. 23-April 22

eCampus Facilitated Course Development (eCD)

For faculty who have designed a course in eCD2S since fall 2012, this offering also includes expert guidance for building or redesigning an online course.

  • Fall 2016: Sept. 19-Nov. 12
  • Spring 2017: Feb. 6-April 8

eCampus Teaching Online Seminar (eTOS)

For faculty who will be teaching online within the next two semesters and have access to a fully developed online course site, this seminar covers best practices for delivering an online course.

  • Fall 2016: Sept. 6-Oct. 16 or Oct. 17-Dec. 4
  • Spring 2017: Jan. 23-March 5 or Feb. 27-April 16

To learn more about these professional development offerings, faculty and adjuncts may complete an eQIP interest form, visit the eQIP website, or write to eQIP@boisestate.edu.