Stacking and Tracking: Scalable Course Development

Wednesday, January 31 | 10:15AM–11:00AM CT | Preservation Hall, Second Floor
Session Type: Poster Session
Delivery Format: Poster Session
The American Women's College has collaboratively implemented a competency-based training stack to rapidly produce quality online courses. We have designed and implemented a model to develop faculty and courses suitable to online and adaptive learning. Our model facilitates community among faculty, curriculum developers, and instructional technologists and has resulted in clarification for the required competencies for each role. Our custom-designed training includes concept mapping, accessibility, OER resources, project management, and individualized learning. We will share the results from four cohorts of development, discuss faculty and instructional design perspectives, and explain how to scale to a large number of courses.

Outcomes: Define competency stacking * Evaluate roles needed for individual course development projects * Apply a scalable faculty development model for rapid course development


  • Jessica Egan

  • Sara Milillo

    Senior Director of Core Curriculum and Science, Bay Path University

Resources & Downloads

  • ELI 2018 Poster Presentation FINAL StackingTracking EganMilillo

    3 MB, pdf - Updated on 1/24/2024