In today’s session I mentioned a resource for those team teaching, the “Faculty Guide for Collaborative Online International Learning Course Development” from the SUNY Center for Collaborative Online International Learning aka SUNY-COIL. If you are interested in this resource you can get it online. Here are directions from their homepage:
Our current v1.4 guide includes info on globally networked learning, locating a faculty partner, gathering institutional support, and negotiating course content with your partner.
Please email email@example.com to get a free copy of the guide.
If you are interested in this resource, I’d be happy to tell you more. I find it useful for helping you think through the steps for collaborating with a faculty partner to teach a class, and I imagine that the lessons learned apply just as much to those teaching locally as those teaching internationally.