This week, Clemson Online held a workshop all about converting your for-credit courses to non-credit courses that you can offer to the public. Read on for our FAQ, then contact us to make your idea for a non-credit course a reality!
A. These are courses available to the public that could fulfill grant proposals, deliver virtual conferences, or provide CEU credits to professionals.
A. You’ll need course objectives, learning content, assessment activities, etc., similar to your for-credit courses.
A. They are short – anywhere between one week to 2 months is typical. This means your learning materials will need to be significantly truncated.
A. You will utilize the same Clemson systems you’re likely already familiar with, such as Canvas, Zoom, and Ensemble.
A. Clemson Online requires an MOU to outline the project requirements, so you will meet with a CO representative to discuss your course plans.
A. Email Clemson Online’s Associate Director of Online Development Lori Kinley: firstname.lastname@example.org
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