Peer Online Course Review, POCR, is an opportunity to collaborate with other faculty teaching online courses. Peer review allows faculty to identify areas for ongoing professional development and support, while also leveraging one another as thought partners and inspiration.
The focus of POCR is to revise course design and enhance existing material and assessments in order to improve the student experience, increase online success outcomes, and close the equity gap.
To participate, you should have a course that has been taught 100% online for an entire quarter. In addition, the course should be one in which you plan to continue to teach 100% online.
Participants receive a $1200 stipend after successfully aligning their course.
You'll be spending between 2-3 hours a week reviewing your course, learning more about the CVC-OEI Rubric, and refining your course.
What I’m most proud of is how the POCR process helped me make my course more equitable. ~Alexis Aguilar
I have been able create a classroom environment that allows me to form bonds with students similar to the bonds formed in a face to face environment. ~Brian Evans
I’ve highly valued the interactions with colleagues. ~Amber La Piana
I truly feel like a much more competent online instructor after participating in POCR. ~Ben Stefonik