Steps for Developing Your First Distance Education Program
Growing Successful Online Programs at a Small School
On the Internet, no one knows how big (or small) you are. This means that, in the arena of online education, small schools can compete effectively with far larger ones … especially when they take the proper steps to maximize their available resources.
Smaller institutions are often overlooked in discussions of online educational programming. Typical seminars on distance learning focus on large institutions with existing continuing education structures on which to build an online program.
This seminar is different. It is aimed specifically at smaller schools that are developing an online program for the first time.
In Growing Successful Online Programs at a Small School, Dr. Carol Williams explains how to establish thriving online education programs at institutions with fewer than 5,000 students.
You will learn proven steps for launching new online programs, including how to gain faculty support, identify lead administrators, develop solid instructional designs, and provide technological help during the transition to the new delivery system.
This 90-minute audio online seminar covers:
- Five key areas every small college must evaluate before launching online programs
- Identifying and leveraging existing resources
- Start-up marketing efforts
- Initial admissions plans
- Instructional design
- Delivering pedagogical support
- Administrative structures
- Faculty incentives
- And much more!
You will also identify the key questions and crucial online course development personnel for your own campus.
Who will benefit:
This seminar is designed for college officials involved in developing and implementing strategy at a small (under 5,000 students) college, including:
- Chief academic officers
- College deans
- Professional development leaders
- Department chairs of interested programs
- Chief information technology officers
Get ready to compete online with the larger schools. Move forward today with a copy of this seminar for this informative audio online seminar.
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