Consider the following scenario. You are a senior administrator at a public college/university. To date, your institution has offered just two selective online degree options. Your board wants to increase revenue through more online or blended courses, certificates, and/or degrees. Your students are a mix – high school graduates, military veterans, and adult learners. Many of your policies and practices are from the ‘90s. Most important, your operations budget has been flat the last three years. Knowing what you know today, what would you do differently if you could hit the reset button on the management, services and technologies, and cost structures of your elearning programs? With changing organizational reporting lines, what’s different today in your policies and practices concerning academic structure, instructional quality, faculty development, and student support services?
Please join this conversation among experienced higher ed administrators who have navigated changing: priorities, leadership, budgets, and technology options.
Join us on Thursday, October 4 at 11:00 AM MDT for a free WCET Webcast. Follow the Twitter feed at #WCETwebcast.
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Thursday, October 4 at: 7:00 AM HAST/ 9:00 AM AKDT/ 10:00 AM PDT and MST/ 11:00 AM MDT/ Noon CDT/ 1:00 PM EDT.
Director of Online Learning Services, Academic Affairs,
College of Eastern Idaho
Loraine Schmitt, Dean
Portland Community College
Vice President of Academic Outreach and Student Success,
TCC Connect Campus (Tarrant County College)
Vice Provost, Digital and Continuing Education,
Louisiana State University