Course Enhancement Collection
The UNC Course Enhancement Collection has been curated by faculty teams from across the UNC System during Summer 2020 to support and enhance both face-to-face and online instruction. Each collection complements a high-demand course commonly offered across most UNC System institutions.
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These collections, which can be accessed below, have been curated by faculty teams from across the UNC System during Summer 2020 to support and enhance both face-to-face and online instruction. Each collection complements a high-demand course commonly offered across most UNC System institutions.
“With more than 70 experts from our institutions working in discipline-specific teams, this project represents one of our largest collaborative efforts in recent memory. Each collection consolidates decades of accumulated teaching experience and a wide array of perspectives to improve how we serve students at all our institutions—this exemplifies what we can accomplish when we act together as a System.”Andrew Kelly, Ph.D.
Senior Vice President For Strategy and Policy
UNC System Office
- Click on digital course enhancement collection name below
- Review recorded “how-to” webinar located within each collection
- Find and review the faculty-created Implementation Guide
- Upload or copy and paste selected resources into your LMS
For questions about the collections, please contact Michelle Soler.
After viewing a specific course collection, please submit a feedback survey.
Open Educational Resources (OER)
The OER Implementation Collection is a companion to the UNC digital course enhancement collections above. It was developed for faculty, instructors, and librarians in the UNC System by OER experts from NC State University, East Carolina University, UNC Greensboro, UNC Charlotte, North Carolina A&T, University of North Carolina School of the Arts, and UNC Chapel Hill. View OER Materials and Webinar Series.
The UNC System OER Commons hub is now live. You will find the Course Collections entered there as well as “groups” that have been created for each campus. These groups provide your campus the opportunity to enter your own OER projects as well as to help faculty curate existing OER. There are many tools that can be leveraged over time to continue supporting OER adoption and adaption within the system. Training and further communication about the OER Commons hub will be forthcoming.