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the jump start program
The Jump Start Program

The Jump Start Program provides faculty the opportunity to learn about instructional technology and applications from an educational perspective. The program is designed for maximum impact. Participants completing this training will achieve optimal skills essential to viable online course production.

  • Is a comprehensive hands-on training program
  • Includes other faculty members with similar objectives
  • Provides monetary compensation at each level of completion
  • Includes an effective and enthusiastic support team
  • Provides opportunities to collaborate with faculty at other universities

A five day training seminar will be conducted at the Cousins Hall training facility at the end of each semester.


Priority for participation in the Jump Start program is given to full and part-time faculty.

  • Faculty developing online courses for Board of Regents approved online degree programs.
  • Faculty converting correspondence / core curriculum courses into online courses.
  • Faculty who are developing online courses for certificate programs.
Compensation ...
  • Faculty members will receive $1,000 after completing the initial five days of training.
  • Participants will receive a second payment of $500 after “showcasing” the initial online course.
  • Participants will receive a third payment of $500 after the initial course is submitted for Peer Review / QM Review Standards
  • Final payment of $1,000 will be received after the initial course is offered and taught.
training production
Training & Production...

The training and support services enable faculty to follow The Principles of Good Practice for Electronically Offered Academic Degree and Certificate Programs, and the QM Inter-Institutional Quality Assurance in Online Learning Standards.

Topics include:

  • WebCT
  • Course development
  • Creation of online course syllabi
  • Setting up learner outcomes
  • Student online resources
  • Uploading course content
  • Utilizing library resources
  • Media preparation for online delivery
  • Assessment & evaluation
james c jernigan library
James C. Jernigan Library

Provides Team Teaching and materials support for the professors and students in Distributed Learning through: 

  • Access Services
  • Distributed Library Services
  • Reference/Research Services
  • Technology Learning Center
  • Remote Access Assistance
  • Document Delivery Services
  • Library Instruction – In-House, WebCT, TTVN
  • Guides & Bibliographies
  • TexShare
  • Online Tutorials
james c jernigan library8
James C. Jernigan Library
  • Access Services

Circulation Policy Reserves (Course & Instructor)Locate Books PolicyRecall Books PolicyView Your Library RecordRequest a TexShare Card

distributed library services
Distributed Library Services
ask a librarian services
Ask a Librarian Services
  • Ask a Librarian
  • Call the Reference Desk at (361) 593-3319
  • Email a reference question (replies made within 24 to 48 hours)
  • Online Reference Chat via Yahoo!
library instruction
Library Instruction


  • Professor request
  • Student request

WebCT & Blackboard


library online tutorials
Library Online Tutorials
  • OASIS TutorialsJournal Title SearchBook Title Search
  • EBSCO Tutorials
  • ScienceDirect Interactive Tutorials
  • USA Trade Online
guide bibliographies
Guide & Bibliographies
  • Introduction to Search Techniques
  • Searching the OASIS Online Catalog
  • Electronic Resources
  • Documentation Styles
  • Classification Systems
  • Searching Engineering Village (Ei2)
  • Searching ScienceDirect
  • Searching SciFinder Scholar
were you aware that
Were you aware that...

In addition to the growing enrollment figures during the past seven years, as demonstrated in the table below, the 2005 Spring Semester also offered 99 web-enhanced course sections for an enrollment of 2,000 students (unique IDs). 


Cousins Hall

PC Lab 117

TTVN 120


No. of Courses - College

3 Agriculture & Human Sciences

8 Arts and Sciences

3 Business Administration

8 Education

23 Total

the tour
The Tour

Training Consists of . . .

Face-to-Face Five Day Training

Online Component

(available throughout the year).

Continued Support

Weekly workshops

Individual Sessions

home page
Home Page

Click Content Module

Click Module 1



MM Tutorials



Puzzle Review

Feedback Survey

course content
Course Content

5-Day Schedule

Training Topics

Faculty Resources:

JS Training Site

Course Production Site

key activities
Key Activities

1.Discussion-Based Teaching and Learning

2. Hands-on technical training

3. Demonstrations

4. Mentoring

now it s your turn
Now It’s Your Turn

Login Information


I.D. - fb.student1 or fb.student2

P.W. – student

Support ...

The support team consists of twelve members that are representative of various academic and administrative units within the university. Team members are: 

  • Dr. Jamie C Laurenz, Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs
  • Mr. Frank Ureno, Associate Vice President for Student Affairs & Dean of Students
  • Dr. Jacqueline Thomas, Regents Professor & Director of the Center for Teaching Effectiveness
  • Dr. Dann Brown, Dean, University College
  • Jernigan Library
  • Dr. Carol Tipton, Intirum Library Director
  • Distance Learning & Continuing Education
  • Dr. Tadeo Reyna, Director
  • Ms. Dana Fahnholz, Distance Learning & Professional Development Coordinator
  • Ms. Faye Bradshaw, Instructional Designer & Program Coordinator
  • Ms. Cynthia Faris, Multimedia Specialist
  • Mr. Benito Alcala, WebCT Network & Systems Administrator
  • Mr. Oscar Villarreal, Web Graphics Designer
for more information
For More Information

Applications for TAMU-K are located at:

Questions? Please contact

Victoria Lynn Packard

Associate Professor

Gov. Information/Reference & Instruction Librarian

Texas A&M University-Kingsville

James C. Jernigan Library


Faye Bradshaw

Instructional Designer

Information Technology Support Center

University of Houston