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Cal state Online Update Overview DET/CHE 2012
Cal state Online Update Overview DET/CHE 2012
Cal state Online Update Overview DET/CHE 2012
Cal state Online Update Overview DET/CHE 2012
Cal state Online Update Overview DET/CHE 2012
Cal state Online Update Overview DET/CHE 2012
Cal state Online Update Overview DET/CHE 2012
Cal state Online Update Overview DET/CHE 2012
Cal state Online Update Overview DET/CHE 2012
Cal state Online Update Overview DET/CHE 2012
Cal state Online Update Overview DET/CHE 2012
Cal state Online Update Overview DET/CHE 2012
Cal state Online Update Overview DET/CHE 2012
Cal state Online Update Overview DET/CHE 2012
Cal state Online Update Overview DET/CHE 2012
Cal state Online Update Overview DET/CHE 2012
Cal state Online Update Overview DET/CHE 2012
Cal state Online Update Overview DET/CHE 2012
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  • 1. Launching Cal State Online in Budgetary Turbulent Waters!! Dr. Ashley Skylar Director, Center for Excellence & Innovation in Online Education November 28, 2012
  • 2. Cal State Online MISSION Expanding Opportunities and New Pathways  Increase student _____________ to CSU Programs  _______________ marketing and outreach efforts to make sure that students know about CSU online options  Generate ____________ for the campuses that can be used to support campus programs and priorities Nov 2012 Increasing CSU Access 2
  • 3. Cal State Online MISSION Expanding Opportunities and New Pathways  Increase student access to CSU Programs  Centralize marketing and outreach efforts to make sure that students know about Cal State Online options  Generate revenue for the campuses that can be used to support campus programs and priorities Nov 2012 Increasing CSU Access 3
  • 4. Sister Systems and Case Studies Nov 2012 Increasing CSU Access 4
  • 5. Come Home Californians to CSU Programs Nov 2012 Increasing CSU Access 5
  • 6. Impaction in the CSU Approx. 17,000 students who have taken 80 or more credits (atleast 40 units in a CSU), have good academic standing and have been absent for more than 1 yr and less than 2 yrs July 2010 Increasing CSU Access 6
  • 7. Initial Focus Areas Initial Focus Areas include:  Undergraduate degree completion program options focused on returning students and welcoming back students with strong CSU campus connections  Baccalaureate degree programs in high needs areas such as business, nursing, communications and psychology  Masters programing for mid career professionals  Certificate programs in core professional service and training areas 7 Nov 2012 Increasing CSU Access
  • 8. CSU Reconnect BA Programs        Nov. 2012 Flexible programs that maximize credits with direct pathways to program completion and CLEPP options for GE backfill Qualifying students must have 80 transfer units of which 40 were taken at a CSU campus (These are OUR students) Direct outreach to eligible CSU students Customized coaching, retention, motivation and success support as well as advancement advising Embedded and integrated career portfolio development Imbedded digital textbooks inside course shell Grant funding from The Commission on the Extended University was awarded Spring 2012 to support the first (model) CSU Reconnect Increasing CSU Access 8
  • 9. Q&A  Who retains academic control of the course/program? – A. Cal State Online – B. CSU Campus July 2010 Increasing CSU Access 9
  • 10. ACADEMIC CONTROL OF PROGRAMS      Campus and faculty retain academic control of program Academic program participation is voluntary Campuses are responsible for the review, modification, and approval of course/program requirements, curriculum, and coursework materials. All Faculty are paid either the Special Sessions Faculty Pay Schedule or other basis according to the current collective bargaining agreement within the self-support unit of the campus Course/Program cancellation is the joint responsibility of Cal State Online and the campus. – Individual instructors cannot cancel a course/program. – Once a course/program has begun, it is the mutual obligation of the campus and Cal State Online to insure that every student who begins a course/program can complete their educational requirements. Nov 2012 10
  • 11. Submitting a Potential Program  Complete the review process on campus for fully online programs  Chancellor’s Office (Chris Mallon’s Office) letter of support for your WASC application  “WASC”(Western Association of Schools & Colleges) approvals to offer a program fully online  Work with the Extended Education College on your campus who will work with Cal State Online to implement and deliver the program Nov 2012 11
  • 12. *24/7 technical help desk *Reporting analytics *Outcome assessments *Program and project management Basic level PLUS *Prospective student coaching $164 per enrollment Silver level PLUS *Enrolled student coaching *Curriculum development *Curriculum design Platinum *Academic training Gold *Core platform Silver Basic Cal State Online Service Levels Gold level PLUS *Brand and website marketing *Program awareness (tbd) $254 per enrollment $354 per enrollment
  • 13. Academic Term Schedule Cal State Online’s Unified 8 Week Term Schedule 2013 Spring I Term (Official Launch) 2013 Spring II Term 2013 Early Summer Term Summer Holiday Break 2013 Late Summer Term 2013 Fall I Term 2013 Fall II Term Winter/Holiday Break Jan. 14th, 2013 - March 10th, 2013 March 11th, 2013 - May 5th, 2013 May 6th, 2013 - June 30th, 2013 June 30th through July 8th 2013 July 8thth, 2013 – Sept. 1st, 2013 Sept. 2nd, 2013 – Oct. 27th, 2013 Oct. 28th, 2013 – Dec. 22nd, 2013 Dec. 22nd, 2012 – Sun. January 13th, 2014 NOTE: All Cal State Online Programs are delivered using the Pearson eCollege LMS Nov 2012 13
  • 14. Cal State Online Launch Programs  Dominguez Hills BA in Applied Studies, MBA and MPA (May 6th Launch)  Fresno MBA and Post Baccalaureate Certificate in Homeland Security (Anticipated Sept. 2nd Launch)  Fullerton’s BA Business Program (Jan. 14th Launch)  Humboldt is developing the “Golden Four” (Sept. 2nd Launch)  East Bay’s Women’s Studies BA Program (Anticipated Sept. 2nd Launch)  Monterey Bay’s MS Instructional Science and Technology and Management in IT Master’s Programs (May 6th Launch) Nov 2012 14
  • 15. Provosts on each campus have been charged with putting one program in Cal State Online Nov. 2012 15
  • 16. Prospective Student Website Launching Dec. 2012  http://www.calstateonline.net Nov. 2012 16
  • 17. LearningStudio & QOLT Rubric Overview Webinar • Friday, Dec. 14th 10:00-11:00 a.m.
  • 18. Please visit our new CSYou Intranet Site https://csyou.calstate.edu/Divisions-Orgs/calstate-online Thank You Nov 2012 and at our new Cal State Online YouTube Channel http://www.youtube.com/user/CalStateOnline http://www.calstateonline.net Increasing CSU Access 18

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