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Organizing Instruction

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  • 1. Distance Education Program for the Bachelor Degree in Liberal Arts
  • 2. The Student
    • Who ?
    • Who are the members of the target group that would most likely choose the distance education format over the more traditional format?
  • 3. The Student
    • How?
    • How is this group different from the students who choose a traditional educational setting?
  • 4. The Student
    • Why?
    • Why would potential students choose a distance learning setting rather than a traditional approach?
  • 5. The Program
    • What portions of the current liberal arts program would be included in the distance education degree program?
    Current (Traditional ) Liberal Arts Degree Program Distance Education Liberal Arts Degree Program
  • 6. The Program
    • Are there curriculum requirements that are not suited for distance education such as public speaking or freshman assembly?
    • If so, how will these requirements be fulfilled or adjusted?
  • 7. The College
    • Is each academic department prepared to offer a distance education format of all required courses?
    • Is a sufficient number of alternate courses available for the distance format?
  • 8. The College
    • Are faculty prepared to teach students who may be solely distance education students?
    • Have faculty been adequately trained to provide quality instruction for the distance program?
  • 9. The College
    • What delivery options will we choose and how much will they cost?
    • Will students be technologically equipped to receive distance education instruction?
  • 10. Successful Distance Education Program Student Program College

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