Be a part of the TOPkit community and share your faculty development expertise on our website!
Invitation to contribute content.
We invite you to share a model, practice, or an approach to faculty development. Your content contribution will be featured on the TOPkit website and promoted through social media. For topic ideas, view examples on Planning, Developing, and Evaluating.
Peer reviewers will provide revision suggestions on TOPkit content page submissions to fine-tune your content for publication.
You may begin writing your page at any time. Examples of the types of content we publish on TOPkit, review the Checklists & Rubrics, Virtual and Remote Labs, or Accessibility Considerations When Moving Online pages. Your readers will be faculty development professionals (i.e. instructional designers, multimedia specialists, instructional technologists, workshop coordinators and planners, trainers, and digital learning administrators).
How do you contribute content?
Submit just a 1000-word description of the model/practice/approach on the form below. The TOPkit team may offer suggestions for improvements of your content. After finalization, you will receive an attribution for authoring your TOPkit page. Your contribution should include:
- Abstract/overview (limit of 150 words),
- Content (limit of 1000 words),
- Summary/conclusion (limit of 150 words),
- Images (CC0 or public domain images only),
- Resources/references (limit of 200 words),
- Tags (e.g., quality, accessibility, training, copyright), and
- Meta description (limit of 25 words).