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Online Faculty Support
It is the goal of ITS to offer any type of technical and marketing support an online faculty member or department would need to be successful in the teaching and development of online courses and programs. ITS provides assistance throughout the course development process with the intent to help ensure faculty provide and students receive a quality online course experience.
Through the Academic Technology Services (ATS) unit ITS is pleased to provide a wide range of online services to assist faculty in producing online courses that meet their teaching needs while ensuring students receive a quality online course experience. Technical experts will help with content development and instructional designers assist in developing course structure that satisfies online course best practices. Visit the Faculty Help page to begin exploring options.
The TN eCampus (formerly RODP) agreement allows ETSU students to take online courses taught by other universities in the Tennessee Board of Regents system. Students register at ETSU and receive ETSU credit but they have access to a wider variety of online courses through this agreement. There are special considerations, including a separate D2L site and additional fees. Please review the information found on ETSU’s TN eCampus website carefully and contact the ITS TN eCampus coordinator with questions.
ITS provides closed captioning support for videos created in the eStudio or other videos being used in online classes. ITS follows established copyright guidelines and ETSU’s intellectual property policy. Please contact the ITS eStudio staff for more information.
Faculty developing videos to promote or support online classes and programs can record videos in ITS’s eStudio. ITS staff will record, edit, provide closed captions, and post these videos to ETSU’s YouTube channel. ITS also provides video creation training for faculty who are not teaching online courses or prefer to produce their own videos. Complete information is available on the ITS Audio-Video webpage.