Please complete and submit the form for each course and/or medium for which captioned content is to be provided. The faculty member is solely responsible for securing any and all required written releases and written permissions when such are required. For assistance completing this form view the FAQs at the bottom of this page.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What is an Online course?
A: Online Course: A course in which 100% of instruction takes place entirely online with no mandatory face-to-face meetings, synchronous visits, and/or campus visits. Instructional time follows the Carnegie unit, which means that faculty must plan an approximate one-to-two ratio of instructional time to homework and study.
Q: What is a hybrid course?
A: Hybrid: A course that provides instruction both online and face-to-face with at least one mandatory on-campus meeting. Mandatory meetings are regularly scheduled and the dates are posted in the schedule of classes. Instructional time follows the Carnegie unit, which means that faculty must plan an approximate one-to-two ratio of instructional time to homework and study.
Q: What is a web-enhanced course?
A web-enhanced course is a traditional (or face-to-face course) that meets in the classroom with an instructor on the regular scheduled day, time and location. Seat time is not replaced, but components of your course are available 24/7 using the District course management system.
Q: Where can I find information about copyright and Fair Use?
A: For copyright and Fair Use see the College of Marin Library Guide or the US Copyright Office.
Q: What materials and/or media are apportionment eligible?
A: Instructional material is apportionment eligible if used for:Online classes, Hybrid classes, On-campus classes utilizing online methods of content delivery (e.g., class capture, web conferencing, media-casting, instructional content posted within Canvas) and Realtime Captioning.
The following types of material do not qualify for funding:
Newly purchased and legacy videos in a college collection - since federal and state regulations require that colleges only purchase accessible instructional materials.