This CAS Technology-Enhanced Educaton (TEE) Committee has two ongoing missions, one involving curricular policy and the other involving mentorship and community building.
In order to ensure that CAS produces curricula that are academically rigorous, pedagogically sound, and intellectually engaging regardless of its mode of delivery, the Committee will
- make policy recommendations on strategic directions for online, hybrid, and other technology-enhanced curricula;
- identify areas of revision for the curricular review process; and
- advise the Dean of the College on best practices for TEE with respect to incentivization, appropriate disciplinary-based curricular models, and assessment.
Additionally, as an increasing number of CAS faculty and departments are interested in exploring technology-enhanced curricula, the Committee will play a vital advocacy role. The Committee will advise on diverse use cases and models from around the College that embody best practices in TEE, as well as develop outreach strategies that will promote the targeted use of technology.