distance learning compliance
Aligning your program with Interregional Guidelines for the Evaluation of Distance Education in preparation for your next accreditation event is going to be a challenge, to say the least: The guidelines call for new practices, documentation methods, and workflows. They also require the participation of an extremely broad range of constituents across your institution. When you attend this seminar, you will come away with with a solid plan of action, a framework for an efficient process, and a firm grasp of the personnel and resources that need to be brought together to prepare successfully for an accreditation event.
Online Seminar • Wednesday, December 11th, 2013 • 2:00 pm Eastern
If you are a distance education administrator, you know that running an effective program means more than just developing courses and ensuring consistent delivery. It also means complying with key regulations that impact the operations and experience of the program.
Although the Department of Education has issued many new regulations, this online seminar will focus on three that have the most serious implications for online programs: 1) credit hour, 2) student authentication, and 3) last day of attendance (LDA). Get help interpreting these latest regulations and minimizing their impact on your distance ed program.