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Presentation to DeHub World Summit 2011-2021

Presentation to DeHub World Summit 2011-2021

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  • 1. eCampusAlbertaA Story of Partnership and Collaborationin Distance Education
    Dr. Tricia Donovan, Executive Director, eCampusAlberta
    Dr. Janet Paterson-Weir, Senior Provost,
    Grant MacEwan University
  • 2. eCampusAlberta
    THE PROVINCE
    Population: 3.6 million
    Two-thirds live in two cities:
    Edmonton
    Calgary
    THE CONSORTIUM
    Universities: 2
    Polytechnics: 2
    Colleges: 11
  • 3. Leveraging Leadership
  • 4. Consortium Profile
    ACCESS391 communities to date
    16,900 registration projection (2010-11)
    7,300 unique learners (2009-10)
    PARTNERSHIP15 institutions since 2002
    5 collaborative full credentials
    CHOICEOver 60 credentials fully online
    > 600 courses available
    LEARNERS26 median age
    taking 1 course > 65%
    taking 2 or more > 35%
  • 5. Learner Response
    6 years of over 26% growth
    2010/11 projection:16,900
    Increased Access
    40%learners from outside of region of institution
    Lead/partner student support completion
    93% pursuing credential
    24/7 technical supportMonthly PD Sessions
    Quality Standards
  • 6. Making it work
    Rules
    • System governance
    • 7. “Room” for all
    • 8. Non-duplication
    Challenges
    • Membership management
    • 9. Business model revision
    • 10. Changing leadership
  • The MacEwan University ExperienceRegaining Organizational Incentive
    2003/04 – 06/07 Registrations: 24% of the consortium
    2008/09 – 09/10 Registrations: 15% of the consortium
    Needed expertise andtransparency
    Centralized all faculty online committees
    Moved from ‘representative’ to ‘informed’ structure
    Reported to Governance Council
    Provided new instructional technology leadership
    2010 Registrations – 31% growth
  • 11. System-wide impact
  • 12. Consortium Challenges
    • Sustaining the founding principles: minimize
    duplication, allow space for all members to develop and
    deliver online content
    • Institutional costs: membership, content
    development/delivery, collective agreements, IP
    • Consortium technology platforms: diversity, upgrades
    and continuing support
    • Tending the engagement agenda when leaders change
    • 13. Constant care and feeding and celebrating our successes
     
     
     
     
  • 14. 10
    eCampusAlberta
    Tricia Donovan Janet Paterson-Weir
    tricia.donovan@ecampusalberta.capatersonweirj@macewan.ca

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