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SLN SOLsummit 2009 presentation - by Janet May
"The E-Learning Maturity Model" (eMM) provides a means by which institutions can assess and compare their capability to sustainably develop, deploy and support e-learning" (Marshall, 2007). The model focuses on inputs and processes, and has its underpinnings in a software development nd deplyment framework that emphasizes capacity building and creating scalable processes. This presentation will describe the model and how Penn State World Campus has implemented it to assist in strategic planning and quality improvement. Audience members will gain an understanding of eMM, how it has been used internationally as a quality assurance process and benchmarking tool, and its benefits. The results of the first iteration of eMM at PSU World Campus will be introduced giving audience members concrete advice on how to begin the process.