Monday, October 28th, 2019
11:00 AM - 11:50 AM: Concurrent Sessions
 
Concentration
Research/Tracking Quality Assurance
Session Title
Four Years of CHLOE Survey Findings: Can They Tell Us Where Online Learning is Headed?
Description
Members of the CHLOE team will highlight significant findings from four years of surveying online learning policies, practices and plans, and discuss with the audience the implications of these findings for longer-range development of the field.
Learning Objectives
Compare online learning policies, practices and plans at your home institution with national trends.
Lead online learning planning activities at your home institution and present alternatives.
Assess the competitive threats to the online learning objectives at your home institution.
Intended Participants - Role
Administrators
Faculty
Instructional Designers
Intended Participants - Knowledge Level
Participants with extensive experience in the topic, looking for ways to find out what is new or to deepen their knowledge
Presenter(s)
Dr. Ron 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.
 
 

Dr. Eric Fredericksen, Associate Vice President for Online Learning & Associate Professor in Education, University of Rochester
 
Eric E. Fredericksen is the associate vice president of online learning at the University of Rochester and associate professor (clinical) in educational leadership at the Warner School of Education. A national leader in online education, Fredericksen provides leadership for the exploration of online learning initiatives across the University. Eric is president of the Online Learning Consortium and a contributing editor to the CHLOE project.
 

Richard Garrett, Chief Research Officer, Eduventures Research
 
Richard Garrett currently serves as Chief Research Officer at Eduventures, a leading research and advisory firm
in higher education, based in Boston. He also serves as the Director of the Observatory on Borderless Higher
Education, an international think tank concerned with distance learning, internationalization and new competition.
Garrett is also Co-Director of the CHLOE (Changing Landscape of Online Education) Project.