If you're developing a new online course, you may want to explore this just announced fellowship opportunity.
From the Call for Applications: The University of North Carolina Office of Learning Technology and Innovation invites faculty members to apply to participate in the 2014 Instructional Innovation Incubator (i3@UNC), a pilot workshop for developing new online courses that expand educational opportunities for North Carolinians.
i3@UNC will take place at the Biltmore Park campus of Western Carolina University in Asheville from August 6-15, 2014. This hands-on program will offer a collaborative approach that helps faculty create courses that meet the learning needs of diverse student populations. Participants will be designated i3@UNC Faculty Fellows. They will be provided a stipend and expenses for the period of the program.
Applicants must be full-time tenured and tenure-track University of North Carolina faculty seeking to develop a new online course.
19 March, 9 AM: First teleconference Q&A session, to be held at http://uberconference.com/u/mzrascoff
24 March, 9 AM: Second teleconference Q&A session, to be held at http://uberconference.com/u/mzrascoff
11 April, 5 PM: Deadline for applications
FAQ (updated regularly during application period)