Concentration:
Approaches to Using the Updated Rubric
Title:
How Colleges Prepare Students and Faculty for Online Learning... or Not
Description:
The most recent CHLOE survey updates and expands our picture of how colleges ready their students and faculty for online education through formal preparation and ad hoc measures. The session examines whether these findings influence student outcomes, as reported in earlier CHLOE studies.
 
Learning Objectives:
compare student and faculty preparation for online study at their institution to national norms
evaluate the need for additional measures to prepare students and faculty at their institution
judge whether their online students are performing optimally, compared to national data
 
Intended Audience: Role
Administrators
Yes
Faculty
Yes
Instructional Designers
Yes
 
Intended Audience: Knowledge Level
Experienced with QM
Yes
New to QM
Yes
Presenter(s):
Presenters
Ron Legon, Executive Director Emeritus, Quality Matters
Dr. Ron Legon is Executive Director Emeritus of Quality Matters and Co-Director of the CHLOE Project. He served as Executive Director of QM from 2006 until early 2016. Under his leadership, QM’s scope in quality assurance grew to include program design, online teaching, learner outcomes, and support for the online learner, in addition to online course design. In 2008, the U. S. Distance Learning Association recognized Dr. Legon for Outstanding Leadership in Distance Education.
Bethany Simunich, Director of Research & Innovation, Quality Matters