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Giving Faculty a Head Start with Jump Start & TAMU-K Library Services. The Jump Start Program.
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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.
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.
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.
Provides Team Teaching and materials support for the professors and students in Distributed Learning through:
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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).
PC Lab 117
No. of Courses - College
3 Agriculture & Human Sciences
8 Arts and Sciences
3 Business Administration
Training Consists of . . .
Face-to-Face Five Day Training
(available throughout the year).
Click Content Module
Click Module 1
JS Training Site
Course Production Site
1.Discussion-Based Teaching and Learning
2. Hands-on technical training
URL – http://webct2.tamuk.edu
I.D. - fb.student1 or fb.student2
P.W. – student
The support team consists of twelve members that are representative of various academic and administrative units within the university. Team members are:
Applications for TAMU-K are located at:
Questions? Please contact
Victoria Lynn Packard
Gov. Information/Reference & Instruction Librarian
Texas A&M University-Kingsville
James C. Jernigan Library
Information Technology Support Center
University of Houston