All articles ← Knowledge Base Are PSU Flexible Degrees restricted to fully online course development? Are there limits to the number of concepts/proposals someone can submit? Can students submit concepts and proposals for the Provost’s Challenge? Do I need to use technology/web in my proposal? How can we make changes/revisions to concepts/proposals? How do I comment on a proposal? How do we develop the project budget? How do we figure out the amount of money we will ask for? How do we merge proposals? How do you plan to address curriculum changes? I have heard mention that among the ideas that we can propose are ones that have the potential of reducing the required number of credits for a degree. Is that possible? I hear that all you are interested in are MOOCs? I'm a proposal lead, but would like my colleague to have editing rights. Is that possible? If proposed online courses or programs are part of our proposal, what happens to any online fees generated by those courses or programs? If we post our concept on the website won’t someone steal our idea? If we receive funds how will this impact how our department and college budgets are set in the subsequent year? November 3rd is the date for submission of concepts. What time on the 3rd? What can the awarded funds be used for? What can we use the funds for? What do I need to do to prepare a full proposal? What do we need to have posted to the website by the November 3rd deadline? What is a Flexible Degree? What is the difference between reTHINK PSU and Flexible Degrees? What kinds of modifications to concept proposals are permitted during the public commenting phase? What support services does OAI offer in this RFP? When will the evaluation and selection of projects take place? Where do I go if I have questions about PSU Flexible Degrees? Who do I contact if I have questions about final proposal preparation? Who is the target audience for the concept proposals? Who owns the intellectual property of the concept proposals my team posts? Who selects the proposals that will be funded? Why do we have money for this challenge and not for other things? Why Flexible Degrees? Will there a forum for sharing proposed ideas outside the website? Will there be university resources to sustain the effort?