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- Distance Education Issues (PDF, )
- Verification of Compliance with Accreditation-Relevant Federal Regulations (PDF, )
As a member of the National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements (NC-SARA), Montgomery College is approved to offer distance education courses to students in all NC-SARA states. As a student of an NC-SARA institution, you have expanded access to educational offerings and better resolution of student complaints in SARA states. To date, only California is not an SARA state; therefore Montgomery College cannot offer distance classes to students in this state. See the complete listing of State Contact Information for Online Students (PDF, ) .
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Copyright law provides educators with a separate set of rights in addition to fair use, to display (show) and perform (show or play) others' works in the classroom. These rights are in Section 110(1) of the Copyright Act and apply to any work, regardless of the medium. View the TEACH Act pagenew window for more information.
Montgomery College Distance Education Course Definitions (PDF, ) - The Distance Education course definitions as of September 2015.
MC Faculty Handbook (PDF, )
On-campus Requirements for Online Faculty (PDF, ) - a recommendation from the Distance Education Task Group (DETG) regarding on-campus requirements for online faculty.
Quality Matters (PDF, ) - Montgomery College Believes Quality Matters in Online Instruction.
The following documents have been approved by the Montgomery College leadership of both AAUP and management.
Common Course Project (PDF, )
Course Standards (PDF, ) - Standards for Online Courses at Montgomery College.
E-Learning Side Letter (PDF, ) - The understanding reached between the College and the Chapter regarding distance education course offerings.
Faculty Leave from Distance Education Courses (PDF, ) - Leave for faculty teaching DE courses.
On-Campus Testing for Distance Education Students (PDF, ) - Attached please find a recommendation for faculty teaching on line or blended classes who prefer to have their students come to a specific campus assessment center to complete tests. Recommendation was approved by Deans and the Distance Education Advisory Group and signed by the Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs on Oct. 4, 2016.
Resolution of Issues Concerning Faculty Training and Demonstration of Competency (PDF, ) - Memorandum on issues related to faculty training and competency demonstration.
Ideas for Online and Blended Course Syllabi (PDF, ) - suggests items to add to the syllabus of an online or blended course. The document is based on the current Montgomery College Syllabus Template from the 2009-2010 MC Faculty Handbook. This companion document contains sample text that can be copied into your syllabus. Edit the text as needed to fit your course and teaching style.
MC Library has partnered with ELITE to integrate three key library resources and services into each for-credit Blackboard course at MC. Library-integrated content can be found in Blackboard by clicking the library links in your course menu. Visit the Library-Blackboard Integration websitenew window for additional information.
To request Library instruction or other support for Distance Education students, please contact Jenny Hatleberg. Information is also available on the Library’s pagenew window.
Jenny Hatleberg, Distance Education Librarian, 240-567-1685
You can also contact the librarian at each campus for additional support with any resources and services you may need.
Vickie Drake, Takoma Park/Silver Spring Campus, 240-567-7104
- New Faculty Orientation Agenda (PDF, )
- New Faculty Orientation Day 1 Presentation (PDF, )
- New Faculty Orientation Day 2 Presentation (PDF, )
- New Faculty Orientation Day 3 Presentation (PDF, )
- MC Library Packet for Faculty (PDF, )
The Fall 2023 Orientation is scheduled for August 14-18, 2023.
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The Teaching and Learning Committeenew window, part of the College’s Student Success Network, aims to engage both full-time and part-time faculty in transforming teaching and learning.