The Faculty Advisory Committee on Online Education
In Spring 2013, University Provost Claire Sterk created the Faculty Advisory Committee on Online Education. This body advises the provost on shaping Emory’s goals and vision for online education, establishing standards and proposal guidelines for university-wide online course offerings (such as Coursera courses), reviewing and selecting proposals for university-wide online courses, and considering policy issues such as licensing, intellectual property, faculty workload, and compensation issues. Its membership is drawn from faculty representing all academic units of the university.
Charge to Faculty Advisory Committee on Online Education
The Faculty Advisory Committee on Online Education, with representation from across the university, will be responsible for advising the provost on issues around online education.
The near term responsibilities include
- establishing standards and proposal guidelines for university-wide online course offerings from Emory, initially focused on a process for future Coursera courses; and
- reviewing course proposals and selecting courses to be developed for Coursera for the coming year.
The longer term responsibilities, to be addressed beginning in the 2013-2014 academic year, will include
- considering policy issues such as licensing, intellectual property, faculty workload and compensation issues; and
- shaping Emory’s short and long term goals and vision for online education.
- Tracy McGill, Emory College
- Carla Freeman, Emory College
- Judy Raggi, Moore Emory College
- Sheryl Heron, School of Medicine
- Gordon Churchward, School of Medicine
- Jeff Pennell, School of Law
- Ian McFarland, Candler School of Theology
- Anandhi Bharadwaj, Goizueta Business School
- Kevin Quarmby, Oxford College
- Kathryn Moore, School of Nursing
- Roger Rochat, Rollins School of Public Health
- Steve Everett, Ex Officio - CFDE
- Alan Cattier, Ex Officio - UTS
- Lee Clontz, Ex Officio - UTS
- Gray Crouse, Ex Officio – Fac. Council
- Lynn Zimmerman, Ex Officio – Provost Office