Colorado Online @ Timeline

The following screenshots give an overall picture of the project timeline as well as a more detailed breakdown of the work that has been accomplished so far in 2021. The dates on the timeline are subject to change.

Screenshot of the overall timeline of the Colorado Online @ Strategic Plan Project, including prelaunch planning, launch phase 1, launch phase 2, and launch phase 3 from the span of Fall 2020 to 2024.
Screenshot of a recap on the work that's been done in 2021 for the Colorado Online @ Strategic Plan Project.

Spring 2022

  • Subcommittees will continue gathering input and provide recommendations related to core services including (but not limited to):
    • A timeline for transitioning online courses to the new model starting in Spring 2023, and how courses will be distributed among the colleges (Academic Affairs Subcommittee).
    • Online student support services including accessibility, advising, and financial aid (Student Support Services Subcommittee).
    • A collaborative process for design of ready-to-teach courses that can be used as is or be modified by faculty and instructors across CCCS (Learning Design Subcommittee).
  • Academic technology staff at CCCOnline and the colleges will support faculty and instructors in transitioning courses to the new single instance of D2L
  • Students will continue to register for online sections offered through home colleges and CCCOnline as they do now.

Fall 2022

  • Faculty, instructors, and students will access all of their online courses by logging into a single instance of Desire2Learn, and enjoy more consistent navigation across courses  
  • SPA 111 and designated ECE courses will pilot use of ready-to-teach course shells that can be used as-is or be modified by faculty and instructors at individual colleges
  • Students will continue to register for online sections offered through home colleges and CCCOnline as they do now.

Spring 2023  A small subset of online sections will be offered through the new Colorado Online @ Consortial model to verify that registration processes and other technology are working as expected. Additional courses will transition to the colleges in subsequent semesters according to a timeline to be developed this coming spring.

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