Introduction and Background

The Provost’s Office seeks proposals from campus leaders who wish to coordinate the construction of online or hybrid programs or suites of courses.

The objective of this grant is to provide a means for campus leaders to build, re-furbish, enhance, or re-tool online programs. Individual courses may still receive help with instructional design through the Online Teaching Fellows program, workshops from the Center for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning, or by making individual appointments with one of our instructional designers. The Provost Office intends this grant, however, for groups of courses, be it established programs – such as major – or those which serve a common curricular function – such as capstone courses or writing intensive courses. In scaling up from the course level to the group level, the Provost’s Office seeks to build on the good work done by the campus community in meeting the challenge of the Quality Initiative from the last round of HLC accreditation. Far from having the energy of Quality Matters dissipate, this grant program seeks to carry that work forward and energize the campus anew.


  1. Build the capacity of instructors to design online and hybrid courses.
  2. Enrich the student experience in online and hybrid courses at UW-Green Bay.
  3. Ensure a high level of quality in the design of online and hybrid courses.
  4. Align College and Department learning outcomes with those of their online and hybrid courses.

To Apply

Fill out the proposal submission form (.pdf) and email it to by the end of the day on May 3, 2019.

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The subsequent pages on this website will help you fill out the submission form. As you develop your proposal, we strongly encourage you to contact CATL for guidance (, 920-465-2541).