CourseGateway Product Advisory Board is Seeking New Members
We are currently seeking new members to join our CourseGateway Product Advisory Board with experience in evaluating and implementing digital courseware and other digital learning resources across a diverse set of institutional settings.
CourseGateway is a decision-support web application that expands awareness and adoption of high-quality, equity-centered courseware, allowing colleges and universities to implement products based on emerging research and evidence of what works best for today’s students. Our goal is to expand the use of digital courseware and instructional tools in gateway courses to maximize student learning and increase course completions rates.
The Product Advisory Board (PAB) will include members selected by EDUCAUSE to help expand the independently reviewed courseware information made available through CourseGateway.org. The evaluation tool includes an equity-aligned focus that prioritizes technical solutions (features, functionalities, capabilities) focusing on equity, efficacy, privacy and data protection, functionality, and systems capabilities that enables equitable outcomes.
Roles and Responsibilities
- Evaluate 3 – 5 digital courseware products based on a Learning Outcomes Rubric per academic year
- Provide feedback and general impressions of the CourseGateway project, program, and product
- Act as ambassadors for awareness at targeted institutions
- Serve as a user tester for CourseGateway.org throughout development and launch
- Meet virtually 4 – 6 times per year and once in-person at the ELI Annual Meeting
- Complete an asynchronous online orientation and training.
- Commit to a three-year term
To apply, please complete the 2022 Product Advisory Board Application by Sunday, November 6, 2022 (11:59 p.m. ET). For more information about the Product Advisory Board please contact [email protected].
We encourage candidates who reflect the diversity of EDUCAUSE members and have a wide range of identities, perspectives, experiences, and backgrounds. Identity groups include and are not limited to race, color, education, marital status, language, disability, age, ethnicity, appearance, gender, gender expression, gender identity, sexual orientation, mental or physical ability, geographic location, income-background, nationality, political affiliations, professional position, religion, genetic information, veteran status and preferred learning/communication style.