Assessment of Online Methods During COVID (no fee)
October 27 at 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm
This webinar is intended for those who want to learn more about approaches to assessing online administrative and student services through self-assessment and peer institutional consults. The expert panel, which includes a representative from SUNY Empire State College and others, will review instruments such as those available through the Online Learning Consortium and the OSCAR rubric. Panelists will also share common challenges and best practice improvements that have been the result of our work with multiple types of institutions. Panelists are the authors of “Online Student Services Optimize Success and Engagement for all Students” in the book, Leading the eLearning Transformation of Higher Education. Brown and Strigle are the co-creators of the OLC Scorecard for Online Student Services.
Featuring: SUNY Empire State College
- Learn about measurement and assessment approaches for online administration and student services;
- Share challenges and best practices related to student services for blended and online student services;
- Learn about perspectives related to shared services and outsourcing and quality reviews.
Audience: The workshop is intended both for those new to online learning and those who are looking for improving the creativity and quality for existing online programs.
Space is limited and registration will close when the event is full.
Josh Strigle, Director of E-Learning and Learning Support, College of Central Florida