What is ELEVATE?
The E-Learning for Equity, InnoVation, and Teaching Effectiveness (ELEVATE) Fellows Program is a year-long program designed to support the creation of new, innovative e-learning environments and guide the transformation of face-to-face courses into hybrid courses, based on learner-centered, evidence-based online teaching practices, with a particular focus on underserved students.
Who can apply?
The ELEVATE Fellows program is open to all Academic Senate faculty members and instructors.
ELEVATE Applications may reopen for the 2020-2021 academic year. Please check back in fall 2020!
Please note: Applicants will need a Letter of Support from their Department Chair and a Letter of Approval from their Management Services Officer (MSO) or financial officer. A template for the Chair's Letter of Support can be found here: Chair’s Letter of Support Template, and a template for the Management Services Officer’s Letter of Approval can be found here: MSO’s Letter of Approval Template.
What are the benefits of being an ELEVATE Fellow?
- Intensive professional development in learner-centered and digital pedagogies, instructional strategies, and reflective practice on teaching for equity and inclusivity
- Individualized support from CEE and ATS
- Funding to support each Fellow’s hybrid course redesign
What does an ELEVATE Fellow do?
- Redesign your course and receive individualized feedback from CEE and ATS consultants
- Collaborate with colleagues in an eight-part workshop series (workshops held during Winter & Spring 2019)
- Teach the redesigned course, starting in Fall 2019
- Share your project with the campus community (e.g., CEE’s 2019 SoTL Conference)