CADD Meeting 2012 July 17


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  • The sample universe contains 4,523 institutions; a total of 2,512 responses were included in the analysis, representing 55.5 percent of the sample universe. Because nonresponding institutions are predominately those with the smallest enrollments, the institutions included in the analysis represents 80.0 percent of higher education enrollments. The 2011 responses were merged with the data from the previous survey years (994 responses in 2003, 1,170 in 2004, 1,025 in 2005, 2,251 in 2006, 2,504 in 2007, 2,577 in 2008, 2,590 in 2009, and 2,583 in 2010) for examination of changes over time.
  • CADD Meeting 2012 July 17

    1. 1. Changing LandscapesUnderstanding the New E-learning Paradigm
    2. 2. Why Online?• Because Dr. Smith Said So?• Competition?• Adapting to Learning Styles?• Cost Benefits?• Students Want It?• Revenue?
    3. 3. What is Online Learning• Any learning experience or environment that relies upon the Internet as the primary delivery mode of communication and presentation, and that frequently takes place away from the physical campus.
    4. 4. The Key Elements• The Student• The Curriculum• The Faculty• The Technology
    5. 5. State of Online Learning• Sixty-five percent institutions said that online learning was a critical part of their long-term strategy, a small increase from sixty-three percent in 2010.• Over 6.1 million students were taking at least one online course during the fall 2010 term; an increase of 560,000 students over the number reported the previous year. .• For-profit institutions are the most likely to have included online learning as a part of their strategic plan.
    6. 6. • The ten percent growth rate for online enrollments far exceeds the less than one percent growth of the overall higher education student population.• Thirty-one percent of all higher education students now take at least one course online.
    7. 7. One Strategy• Each week, for the duration of the course, the instructor assigns units and materials, readings from the textbook and other print materials, writing assignments, group projects, and other activities.• Students work on their own time, going over the online course material• They submit completed assignments Blackboard
    8. 8. • Students communicate electronically with each other and the instructor several times a week. EMAIL, Voicemail, Phone, TXT• The heart of an asynchronous Web-based course will take place in the Blogs. For a synchronous course it would be WIMBA.
    9. 9. • Web-based courses have short online Self- Tests for each unit that students use to evaluate their own progress.• Some Textbook companies provide accompanying web quizzes as ancillary materials to the text.• Students are assessed and graded on a combination of factors – test/quiz scores, individual and group project grades, homework, participation in class discussions, etc.
    10. 10. Online Learning @ ASU
    11. 11. Technology Access
    12. 12. Selected Result ofAcademic Computing 2012 SurveyOn average, how many days (per week) do you access Blackboard?Every Day 51.5%5-6 day per week 21.2%3-4 days per week 15.2%1-2 day per week 3.0%Rarely 9.1%
    13. 13. Results ContinuedOverall, using Bb made the classes I’m taking a better learningexperience.Strongly Agree 39.1%Agree 26.1% 28.3%Neutral 6.5%DisagreeStrongly Disagree 0.0%
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