CHLOE 3 and CHLOE 4: Major Findings and New Directions for the Survey
CHLOE 3 advanced our understanding of online enrollment trends, pedagogy, leadership, and quality assurance. This session will report key findings and invite the audience to identify remaining questions and future lines of inquiry in CHLOE 4 and beyond.
Place their institution in the context of online learning trends.
Inform their institutional colleagues of factors that should influence their online programs.
Raise participant's interest in participating in the CHLOE Project.
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Intended Audience - Knowledge Level:
New to QM
Experienced with QM
Ronald Legon, Executive Director Emeritus, Quality Matters
Dr. Ron Legon served as Executive Director of Quality Matters from 2006 until early 2016. He led the growth of QM to the more than one thousand member institutions it has today. In retirement, Ron has been named Executive Director Emeritus and is continuing his commitment to the growth and success of Quality Matters as Senior Adviser to Quality Matters for Knowledge Initiatives and Co-Director of the CHLOE (Changing Landscape of Online Education) Project.
Mughees Khan, Senior Quantitative Analyst, Eduventures Research at ACT
Mughees Khan is a Senior Quantitative Analyst at Eduventures Research, where he serves as a member of the team that manages and maintains the firm’s data sources. His focus is on survey research, data analysis, and visualization methods. He has been responsible for overseeing the CHLOE Project’s data collection since its inception in 2016. He holds an Ed.M. in Education Policy and Management from Harvard’s Graduate School of Education, and graduated from Stony Brook University with a B.A. in philosophy and psychology.
Eric Fredericksen, Associate V. P. for Online Learning, University of Rochester
Dr. Eric E. Fredericksen is the Associate Vice President for Online Learning and provides leadership for the exploration of online learning initiatives across the University of Rochester. He is also Associate Professor in Educational Leadership in the Warner School and Program Director for Online Teaching and Learning programs. In 2012, Eric was elected to the Board of Directors for the Sloan Consortium, currently serves and President of the Board, and was honored as a Sloan-C Fellow in 2013.