The Chancellor’s Office Redesign with Technology program is an opportunity for faculty
to innovate and redesign their courses in an aim to help students succeed in courses
that have traditionally been problematic. The program supports faculty with several
different opportunities to develop their own solutions or adapt proven innovations
in order to improve bottleneck courses that hinder student progress toward graduation.
This page will contain links to pertinent information as well as information about
CSUSM events surrounding this project.
Course Redesign with Technology: Lunch and Learn
Come join us for a lunch and learn about opportunities funded through the CSU Chancellor’s
Office to support faculty course redesign. The program supports faculty in developing
their own innovations, piloting proven innovations in your field, and exploring other
programs like Virtual Labs & Quality Assurance.
This program will help:
- Provide professional development and collaboration with colleagues in your field
- Support innovating your course
- Increase student retention and graduation by innovating in bottleneck courses
Course Redesign Powerpoint
Workshops to be announced
Overview of strategies
Taken from the CSU Course Redesign With Technology Website
Strategies and Solutions to Address the Causes of Enrollment Bottlenecks
Proven Course Redesign: Offering a year-long program for faculty who are interested in engaging with successful
course redesign models from other campuses that have proven greater student success.
Discipline cohorts are funded to meet in-person twice a year and online bi-weekly.
See Proven Course Redesign page.
Promising Practices for Course Redesign: For faculty interested in a campus-based pilot for redesigning bottleneck courses
to increase access and to improve student engagement and success. SeePromising Practices page.
Virtual Labs: Offers faculty support to redesign bottleneck courses adopting virtual STEM labs making
facilities less of a bottleneck and giving students more flexibility in learning science
principles by performing multiple experiments online. See Virtual Labs page.
Quality Assurance: As CSU campuses offer additional blended and online courses, it is critical to define
quality online teaching and learning, as well as support instructors toward greater
online student success. See Quality Assurance page.
CourseMatch: CSU students now have access to online courses delivered by campuses other than
eAdvising: All 23 campuses will streamline advising, registration, and academic planning for
Course Redesign with Technology: Example of CSUSM E-Portfolio
Course Redesign with Technology: Main Page
Course Redesign with Technology: Deadlines
Course Redesign with Technology: E-Portfolios for Previous Projects