On-line Faculty Resource Page
page provides access to a variety of resources available to CCBC on-line
faculty. If you know of a resource that would benefit you as an on-line
faculty member, please contact Don Stitz (410.455.4513) by e-mail
or Joel Martin (410-455-4584) by e-mail
Request a WebCT Course/Account
to Change Your Unix Password
On-line Course Templates
Templates for On-line Course
(both public & WebCT pages)
Template for the new CCBC on-line
Template for on-line discussions
Manual for Course Designers (Requires Adobe Acrobat
for End of the Semester WebCT Course Maintenance
1. Development stipend.
Online faculty are entitled to a development stipend during the semester
that a new course or section is listed in the schedule and runs.
Stipends for an original fully online course is $750. Stipends for clones
or e-packs is $250. Stipends are given by the System Office
only for the first clone/e-pack and fully online course that is developed.
receive the stipend, the course public pages must be accessible. Send
an email to Tinnie A. Ward, firstname.lastname@example.org,
or call (410) 780-6504, communicate the course or section information,
the semester it ran and the online instructor's ssn.
stipend (Virtual Academy).
Upon completion of either Track I or Track II of the VA, attendees with
faculty status are entitled to a one-time $750 training stipend.
For Track I participants, requests are automatically processed the week
following the VA.
For Track II participants, to request the stipend, upon completion of
the Online Pedagogy, WebCT and Dreamweaver modules, send an email to
Tinnie A. Ward, email@example.com or call (410) 780-6504 to communicate
the TLC or VA dates in which the modules were completed.
Technical Support for Online Course Development
During the Virtual Academy: Virtual Academy Instructors
After the Virtual Academy: Learning Support Specialists: Catonsville-Melissa
Yarbour, Dundalk-Libby Kennedy, Essex-Mike Redding
and/or Donald Stitz-WebCT Administrator
Alert Program for Online Courses
Proctor Process for Online Courses
Respondus Software and Documentation
Respondus 3.0.0 Software (If you did not receive download instructions,
please contact Melissa Yarbour on the Catonsville Campus.)
Critical Challenges in Distance Education: Copyright
Issues Online Teleconference
Videotape of the Teleconference is available at the Media
Services desk on each campus.
the Teleconference Participant Packet ( PDF format Word
April 21, 2005