Faculty teaching online courses at North Central University can find helpful tutorials, documents, and contact information on this page. Additional resources may be periodically added to this page.
Meet the online team
Sharon Kuntz, Program Director & Academic Coach for Online Undergraduate Education– email@example.com
Rich Pruitt, Adjunct Liaison, Academic Support Specialist, and Assistant Professor – firstname.lastname@example.org
Nicole Morgan, Program Manager, Professional Studies & Certificate Programs – email@example.com
Melissa Gear, Director of Course Development, Course Management, & Instructional Designer – firstname.lastname@example.org
Jared Coffin, Instructional Designer – email@example.com
Emma Krzyska, Instructional Designer, Faculty & LMS Support – firstname.lastname@example.org
Abigail Sengendo, Director of Faculty LMS Support / Instructional Designer – email@example.com
Rich Pruitt, Adjunct Liaison & Academic Support Specialist – firstname.lastname@example.org
Support and best practices
Instructional Design is here to assist with course support and LMS needs. The best way to request assistance is by submitting a ticket here : ID Tickets
Communication: Your online students are not able to have dedicated time with you as their instructor, so it is vital you are proactive, clear, consistent, and concise with your communication.
Course participation: Actively participate in your course. Students need active feedback throughout the course. Engage in the discussion forums, post updates and new articles, send weekly messages with a weekly recap and look ahead.
Timely feedback and response
- Should be graded, with sustentative feedback, within 2 days of the assignment due date.
- All assignment details should be clearly communicated in Moodle
- Response time
- Emails: should be responded to within 24 hours
- Phone calls: should be returned same day
- Text messages: should be returned in 2-3 hours