There are a variety of funded redesign programs offered by the Chancellor’s office. Below you will find a brief description of each type of course redesign and a link that will take you to the appropriate websites for information and applications for the programs.
Proven Course Redesign is focused on systemwide adoption and adaptation of previously redesigned courses that have documented increases in the proportion of students successfully completing. These courses have employed strategies such as flipped classrooms, online homework, virtual labs, hybrid course designs, supplemental instruction, etc. Apply for Proven Course Redesign
Promising Practices is focused on local campus course redesigns that have not yet been proven to increase student success and/or that address local campus bottlenecks.
Apply for Promising Practices Course Redesigns
Virtual Labs is a part of the systemwide Academic Technology initiative to reduce enrollment bottlenecks through the use of innovative technologies. For more information, visit the Chancellor’s office website on Virtual Labs.