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Project SAIL Curriculum Registration


 

All curriculum proposals submitted for review and inclusion in the Project SAIL Network are subject to the following criteria:

  • All proposed courses and programs must be submitted to the Project SAIL Advisory Board. The registration form must be completed.
  • The Project SAIL Advisory Board will evaluate all submissions based on Project SAIL criteria, which includes institutional criteria, curriculum criteria, and transaction criteria.
  • The Project SAIL Advisory Board will complete its review within four weeks of submission.
  • All Project SAIL Network courses/programs are subject to annual review.
  • The Project SAIL Advisory Board may request additional information necessary for its review of a proposal.

 

Project SAIL Institutional Criteria

To satisfy Project SAIL expectations, first-time proposals should document one or more of the following:

  • Accreditation through one of the six regional higher education accrediting agencies
  • Professional accreditation by an agency recognized by the U.S. Department of  Education
  • State or regional accreditation or endorsement of the institution’s distance learning program
  • Other criteria approved by the Project SAIL Director

Additionally, first-time proposals should provide a narrative summary of institutional processes for curriculum review and distance learning program evaluation.

 

Project SAIL Curriculum Criteria

  • Project SAIL courses and programs target only the “Specialty Asynchronous Industry Learning” content or the specially designed courses that provide the fundamentals of the trade or skill training for unique degrees, certificates, and specialty service programs.
  • Project SAIL courses and programs are content and curriculum created and developed within postsecondary institutions and not-for-profit organizations. Project SAIL courses must be asynchronous or hybrid models with supporting online service features/or learning references. The hybrid model allows for programs/courses that require skills demonstration or assessment at a convenient site local to the student.
  • Project SAIL proposals must identify all instructional delivery methods required to include online labs, hands-on practicums, skills certifications, and internship requirements.
  • Project SAIL proposals must identify the course management system used to deliver the content.
  • Project SAIL proposals must identify an institutional contact and provide access to the course content for Advisory Board members.

 

Project SAIL Transaction Criteria

  • Project SAIL proposals must be submitted with established or variable price line models. The models must include designated options – pricing for courses with faculty or content only – and specifics to establish partnership transactions.
  • Project SAIL sample transactions must include definitions and descriptions of exchange, leasing, and/or purchasing terms.
  • Project SAIL sample transactions must include timeframes and lengths of contractual agreements.
  • Project SAIL sample transactions should attempt to define costs on a per course, per student, per credit or per instructional hour basis.

 

Project SAIL Curriculum Registration

To continue the Project SAIL Curriculum Registration process, continue to the Project SAIL Curriculum Registration form.

 

 
 

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