TMCC

Committees

WebCollege Faculty Advisory Committee

Mission

The mission of the TMCC WebCollege Faculty Advisory Committee is to:

  • Develop guidelines for evaluating web courses.
  • Provide guidance to the WebCollege staff in training faculty.
  • Develop or adopt a format/structure for web courses based on best practice or existing models or standards, such as Quality Matters.
  • Establish recommendations for best practice for faculty teaching web classes.
  • Promote increased communication, input and feedback by stakeholders.
  • Recommend WebCollege policies, practices and processes.
  • Participate in the development of appropriate planning documents.

Meeting Minutes

View archived minutes from past committee meetings.

Primary Objectives

For the academic year of 2011-2012 the primary objective of the WebCollege Faculty Advisory Committee focused on creating a document for student preparedness including readi-assessment item.

Co-Chairs

Julie Armbrecht, Crystal Swank

Current Committee Members

Bill Gallegos, Bronwen Haugland, Ellen House, Tim Ill, Thomas Kearns, Fred Lokken, Diana McCoy, Cindy Mortensen, Craig Rodrigue, Amanda Sagun, Brandy Scarnati, Travis Souza, Maria Teirumniks

Note: Faculty and staff contact information available at people.tmcc.edu.

Meeting Times/Length of Meetings

Normally, the committee meets the second Friday of each month for approximately one hour, 11 a.m.-noon, during the academic calendar year (September-May). Typically the meetings have been held on the same day as Faculty Senate. If necessary, the committee can meet more frequently or can cancel regular meetings for lack of agenda items.

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Calendar of Events

Spring Job Fair and Networking Event

Wednesday, April 16
Student Center, Dandini Campus

Lunch with Legends: Religion and Politics in Modern Society

Wednesday, April 16
RDMT 256, Dandini Campus