TEACH WITH NEXUS
WORK WITH US TO BUILD A NEW COURSE
Nexus collaborates with faculty and academic units to enable the development and delivery of online degrees, online credit courses, and non-credit professional education certificates. Through our innovative partnerships and services, we extend and share the College’s preeminent education with a diverse, global community of learners. And we want to work with you.
Our Services & Support
Course Content Production
Record in a Nexus space and utilize our full-service production assistance, technology support, and video editing services.
Online Program Development
Work with Nexus to convert an existing credit or professional program to online delivery or to design a new online program.
Meet with a Nexus instructional designer to discuss approaches and practices for online and blended delivery.
On-Demand Faculty Resources
Access just-in-time guides, tips, and best practices for online and blended engineering education.
Why Teach with Nexus?
BENEFITS WITHIN YOUR CLASSROOM
- Innovate using new instructional technologies
- Leverage strengths of existing course materials for a greater impact
- Develop educational materials for residential and online courses
- Enhance existing real-world engineering education
BENEFITS BEYOND YOUR CLASSROOM
- Support CoE’s vision, mission, values, and Education Pillar goals
- Create accessible pathways to a Michigan Engineering education
- Maintain and expand relationships
- Develop research partnerships with industry
- Reap financial rewards, honors, and recognition
Along with new course and program development, Nexus offers a range of in-kind services in support of the College’s mission. To learn more about our services, including market assessment and consulting, instructional design, course production, and more, please email email@example.com. A member of Team Nexus will be in touch within 48 hours to discuss your needs.
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