Faculty, course developers, and course redevelopers must meet minimum training requirements before beginning work for the Regents Online Campus Collaborative. Training sessions provide an overview of guidelines and best practices in online teaching, plus tools available in the learning management system. Courses and professional development sessions are offered in online and traditional classroom settings.

Training Registration

Training is required for all new faculty members. Faculty must complete orientation training designed to prepare instructors for teaching in an online learning environment and to use the various tools available in the web-based Learning Management System (LMS). This training must be successfully completed prior to the beginning of the semester in which the instructor will begin teaching for ROCC.

How do I sign up for training?

Faculty members will be enrolled in training after their campus leadership completes this registration form (cannot be completed by the instructor/course developer). Questions about faculty training can be emailed to or referred to 888-223-0023. Alternately, a support request ticket can be submitted at

Course Developer Training

All developers, newly appointed developers, and redevelopers must attend a two-day training session that is typically held in Nashville, TN several times throughout the year. Access to the course shell will not be given until the training is completed.

Course developers or redevelopers must take refresher training if course development has not begun in six months from the date of approval. Your Campus Distance Education Coordinator will recommend you for this training. 



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