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  • Our students are time bound 30% of students work full time56% of students work part time In 2006 survey 70% of students asked for more online classes to fit in with their schedule.
  • While greater % of LAVC complete their courses with passing grades and re-enroll at a greater % than national averages, their 3 year rates of graduation, transfer and certificate completion are abysmal Within 3 years of enrollmentrate of graduation 12% graduation rate5% transfer rate 3% certificate completion
  • We have another problem in terms of how comfortable the faculty felt in embracing new technolgoy. This is an actual quote. Every single faculty member who responded to the survey rated their knowledge on technology based techniques as inadequate.
  • Purpose of grant is 2 fold. Use technology as a tool Use technology as a tool for student success and for student access We got the grant for $2.8 million over 5 years. Academic Component Student Services Component
  • Academic Component - Build DE infrastructure so we can deliver more online and hybrid courses
  • Virtual Valley has taken off Rapidly growing Distance Education Program that has moved out of the introductory stages. 5% of our students are taking online courses Program is making strong contributions to our FTES Anticipate an associates degree delivered through DE by Fall of 2009
  • In fall of 2007 5% of LAVC students were taking an online course
  • Demographic breakout As expected, younger students are taking more online classes. They are what we consider digital natives vs. Digtal immigrants. Under 24 54% 25-34 30% 35-54 15% 55 1%
  • Looks at demographics in terms of student enrollment and ethnicity. Interesting aspect of this comparison is that online students mirror LAVC’s students in general except for an underrepresentation of Hispanics. This is consistent with findings in the literature. Even though you would expect hispanics to be more willing to take DE classes to meet their work and family obligations, they are not.
  • While Traditional number of sections have been rather flat, online sections have increased substantially over the last two years. Traditional 1800 - Ask Mark Online growing - Ask Mark. Note East LA offering 83 sections in fall. We are offering 75
  • While Traditional number of sections have been rather flat, online sections have increased substantially over the last two years. Traditional 1800 - Ask Mark Online growing - Ask Mark. Note East LA offering 83 sections in fall. We are offering 75
  • Dollar impact of DE program in terms of what it generates for the college. Fall is typically our largest semester. De comprised xx% of our FTES. S Summer is typically a smaller semester in terms of enrollment, yet we had a greater share of FTES. This supports the fact that our students want DE classes.
  • Dollar impact of DE program in terms of what it generates for the college. Fall is typically our largest semester. De comprised xx% of our FTES. S Summer is typically a smaller semester in terms of enrollment, yet we had a greater share of FTES. This supports the fact that our students want DE classes.
  • Preliminary data Faculty myth that students don’t finish online courses because they have lots of problems with the technology. Probably due to anecdotal evidence when an instructor has to deal with an overly needy students Actual statistics show that the retention rate of online students is close to the retention rate of traditional students. Due to better training of instructors. Jim will talk about the technical training and the pedagogical training we have implemented.
  • Preliminary Data % of students with A,B, C or credit Room for improvement Student support we have in place that Mark will talk about
  • Self Service just in time activities to provide 24/7 support
  • Just celebrated 08/08/08 which the chinese consider very lucky. We came up with our own lucky forecast. Currently 5% of our students are taking an online class. Project 11% of our students taking an online class in 2011. More than doubles what we have but there is still room for improvement since nationally 20% of students are enrolled in at least one online class.
  • Master Plan is looking at 1.5% increase in credit courses per year. We are projecting 10% increase per year based on variety of courses, number of sections, offering of DE degree and certificates.
  • Schwarzenegger indicated in recent speech 1.3 million across country. 166,000 in California More teen parents as well as single parents don’t have access to an education. DE helps them out Military always upgrading education skills of soldiers. As people get deployed don’t want to drop of out of school. Corporate market can’t afford to train people. HR first budget to go. Always looking for ways to make connection with education. From ESL to Management. Lenny always offers 1 free course to companies for their employees. Continuing education - professional credits like Real Estate, Accounting, Psychology
  • AA Degree through DE. Addition of courses that constitute 50% or more of a program through a mode of distance delivery. West submitted an 40 page report. Took 4 months to compile STEM Funding $4.8 million over 2 years. 19 new DE classes in math, biology, engineering Expand DE coordinator assignment 17 hours a week not enough -- especially 2 weeks before school starts and 2 weeks after it starts Dedicated IT support - portal design and upgrades Expand help Desk - Not just student support but faculty support. 24/7. Possibly outsource it Persistence Study - Want to make sure online students are sticking around and reenrolling
  • Looking forward to the challenges and opportunities of the future

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  • Title V Update
  • Challenges
    • Our students are time bound.
    Work obligations Family obligations
  • Limited Goal Attainment Activity % Graduation Rate 12% Transfer Rate 5% Certificate Completion Rate 3%
  • We live in a prehistoric bubble! Instruction in different types of pedagogy is badly needed. - LAVC Faculty Member 2007 Survey
  • Technology for Student Access Technology for Student Success
  • Academic Side 2 Certificates Associate Degree Nursing Prerequisites GE Transfer Req. Degree
  • Where are we today?
    • I take online classes simply for the convenience. I have 15 units this semester, work full time and have a 3 year old daughter. Now, I only have to go to school 2 days a week.
            • ---- Kathryn Hashimoto
    Student response to, “Why take an online course?”
    • While online classes are just as stimulating as on campus classes, online classes allow me to be in class on my lunch break at work, on the weekends, in any free time I have at home. Since I work full time this is absolutely perfect for me!
            • ---Kershia Maak
    Student response to, “Why take an online course?”
  • Demographics % by Age Range
  • Demographics Ethnicity % Online % Regular African American 9% 7% Asian 12% 12% White 40% 35% Hispanic 34% 41% Other 5% 5%
  • Fall Comparisons
  • Fall Comparisons
  • D.E. Dollar Impact Fall 2006 $477,000 106 FTES
  • D.E. Dollar Impact Fall 2006 $477,000 106 FTES Fall 2007 $592,000 137 FTES
  • Fall 2007 Retention Traditional Online 80% 85 %
  • Fall 2007 Success Rates Traditional Online 56% 64 %
  • Student Resources
    • Faculty are not technologist’s
    • Faculty are to instruct, not provide technical support
    • Students needed a tool for:
    • Service
    • Support
    • General Questions
    • Help
  • THE HELP DESK
  • THE HELP DESK
  • THE HELP DESK Statistics
    • Started on February 4, 2008
    • 477 Calls to the Help desk
    • 459 resolved by the Help desk
    • 97 Calls sent directly to Mark Lampert in SU 08’
    • 341 Calls sent directly to Mark Lampert in SP 08’
  • THE HELP DESK Most Common Questions
    • Cannot login
    • Counseling, Enrolling, Information Request
    • Registration issues
    • Trouble adding a class
    • Can’t access ETUDES
    • Invalid login
    • How to add a class in progress
  • Appreciate the Leadership
    • Laurie Nalepa
  • Los Angeles Valley College is on track to offer a comprehensive variety of online courses taught by a professionally trained faculty.
  • Step One Increase number and diversity of online courses
  • Valley College Approval Process
  • Valley College Approval Process
    • Meet with Chair to decide on Courses
  • Valley College Approval Process
    • Meet with Chair to decide on Courses
    • Write the Online Proposal
  • Valley College Approval Process
    • Meet with Chair to decide on Courses
    • Write the Online Proposal
    • Curriculum Sub Committee Approval
  • Valley College Approval Process
    • Meet with Chair to decide on Courses
    • Write the Online Proposal
    • Curriculum Sub Committee Approval
    • Rewrite Proposal If Needed
  • Valley College Approval Process
    • Meet with Chair to decide on Courses
    • Write the Online Proposal
    • Curriculum Sub Committee Approval
    • Rewrite Proposal If Needed
    • Entire Curriculum Committee Approval
  • Approved Online Courses
  • Approved Online Courses
  • Diversity of Courses
  • Courses Approved 1999-2002
  • Courses Approved 1999-2005
  • Courses Approved 1999-2008
  • Diversity of Courses Looking at it Another Way
  • Diversity of Classes 1999-2002 3 Different Subject Areas
  • Diversity of Classes by 2008 27 Different Subject Areas
  • Courses Are Not Enough
  • Step Two Increase Trained Instructors
  • We have Initiated Two Programs
  • We have Initiated Two Programs
  • We have Initiated Two Programs
  • 30 Individual Workshops from February to August
  • 30 Individual Workshops from February to August
    • PowerPoint
    • Blogs
    • PhotoShop
    • Podcasting
    • PC Tips
    • Mac Tips
  • 23 Workshops from February to August
  • 23 Workshops from February to August
    • Etudes Certification Training
    • Intermediate Etudes Sessions
    • Building Online Communities
  • Title V Grant Requires 60 participants per year
  • Since February
  • Since February Participating Faculty: Over 120 Total Involvement: over 200
  • Etudes Certification Program
  • Etudes Certification Program Certified Etudes Trainers
  • Etudes Certification Program 3 Week Course Certified Etudes Trainers
  • Etudes Certification Program 3 Week Course Certified Etudes Trainers Monthly
  • Etudes Certification Program 3 Week Course Certified Etudes Trainers Totally Online Monthly
  • Valley’s Etudes Certification Program
  • Valley’s Etudes Certification Program 3 Certified Instructors
  • Valley’s Etudes Certification Program 3 Week Course 3 Certified Instructors
  • Valley’s Etudes Certification Program 3 Week Course 3 Certified Instructors 3 times a year
  • Valley’s Etudes Certification Program 3 Week Course 3 Certified Instructors Hybrid Course 3 times a year
  • LAVC Faculty Training Faculty Training
    • Led by Marion Heyn, Jim Marteney
  • Etudes Certified Instructors
  • Etudes Certified Instructors Total: 123
  • Improve the Quality of Courses Step Three
  • Improving Quality of Online Courses Online Courses
    • Traditional and non traditional instructional strategies
  • Improving Quality of Online Courses Online Courses
    • Traditional and non traditional instructional strategies
    Fall Training Schedule
  • Improving Quality of Online Courses Online Courses
    • Traditional and non traditional instructional strategies
    Flash Drives Fall Training Schedule
  • Improving Quality of Online Courses Online Courses
    • Traditional and non traditional instructional strategies
    Flash Drives Fall Training Schedule Podcasts
  • Improving Quality of Online Courses Online Courses
    • Traditional and non traditional instructional strategies
  • Improving Quality of Online Courses Online Courses
    • Traditional and non traditional instructional strategies
  • Improving Quality of Online Courses Online Courses
    • Traditional and non traditional instructional strategies
    Great Teachers Bruin Woods
  • Improving Quality of Online Courses Online Courses
    • Traditional and non traditional instructional strategies
  • Improving Quality of Online Courses Online Courses
    • Traditional and non traditional instructional strategies
  • Improving Quality of Online Courses Online Courses
    • Traditional and non traditional instructional strategies
  • Improving Quality of Online Courses Online Courses
    • Traditional and non traditional instructional strategies
    Peer Mentoring
  • Improving Quality of Online Courses Online Courses
    • Traditional and non traditional instructional strategies
    Peer Mentoring Virtual Valley Website
  • Improving Quality of Online Courses Online Courses
    • Traditional and non traditional instructional strategies
    Peer Mentoring Conferences Newsletters Digital & Campus Online [email_address] Virtual Valley Website Training DVD’s Books
  • Valley College is on Track
  • Valley College is on Track
    • Number and Diversity of Classes
  • Valley College is on Track
    • Number and Diversity of Classes
    • Trained Professors
  • Valley College is on Track
    • Number and Diversity of Classes
    • Trained Professors
    • Quality Courses
  • Valley College
  • Valley College Don’t Leave Home Without It
  • Student Services Side Early Alert Degree Audit Online Tutoring/Advising Portal
  • My ELAC
  • My LAVC
  • My LAVC
  • My LAVC Portal Goals
  • My LAVC Portal Goals
    • Early Alert
  • My LAVC Portal Goals
    • Early Alert
    • Sortable, public class schedule
  • My LAVC Portal Goals
    • Early Alert
    • Sortable, public class schedule
    • Improved faculty websites
  • My LAVC Portal Goals
    • Early Alert
    • Sortable, public class schedule
    • Improved faculty grading aids
    • Improved faculty websites
  • My LAVC Portal Goals
    • Early Alert
    • Sortable, public class schedule
    • Improved faculty grading aids
    • Improved faculty websites
    • Direct upload of final grades
  • My LAVC Portal Goals
    • Early Alert
    • Sortable, public class schedule
    • Improved faculty grading aids
    • Improved faculty websites
    • Direct upload of final grades
    • Attendance spreadsheet
  • My LAVC Portal Goals
    • Early Alert
    • Sortable, public class schedule
    • Improved faculty grading aids
    • Improved faculty websites
    • Direct upload of final grades
    • Attendance spreadsheet
    • Improved scan for viruses
  • My LAVC Portal Goals
    • Early Alert
    • Sortable, public class schedule
    • Improved faculty grading aids
    • Improved faculty websites
    • Direct upload of final grades
    • Attendance spreadsheet
    • Improved scan for viruses
    • Send email to all students, faculty and staff
  • My LAVC Portal Goals
    • Early Alert
    • Sortable, public class schedule
    • Improved faculty grading aids
    • Improved faculty websites
    • Direct upload of final grades
    • Attendance spreadsheet
    • Improved scan for viruses
    • Send email to all students, faculty and staff
    • Improved email forwarding abilities
  • My LAVC Portal Goals
    • Early Alert
    • Sortable, public class schedule
    • Improved faculty grading aids
    • Improved faculty websites
    • Direct upload of final grades
    • Attendance spreadsheet
    • Improved scan for viruses
    • Send email to all students, faculty and staff
    • Improved email forwarding abilities
    • Post additional calendars
  • DegreeWorks/TreQ
  • DegreeWorks/TreQ Increase student access to academic guidance and web-based resources with the intent of becoming a leader in successfully utilizing a “student as customer” approach.
  • Functions of DegreeWorks
  • Functions of DegreeWorks A campus portal for academic advising
  • Functions of DegreeWorks A campus portal for academic advising Student Educational Planner (SEP)
  • Functions of DegreeWorks A campus portal for academic advising Student Educational Planner (SEP) Curriculum Planning Assistant (CPA)
  • Functions of DegreeWorks A campus portal for academic advising Check for number of units from degree Student Educational Planner (SEP) Curriculum Planning Assistant (CPA)
  • Functions of DegreeWorks A campus portal for academic advising Check for number of units from degree Student Educational Planner (SEP) Curriculum Planning Assistant (CPA) “ What-if” feature to explore majors
  • Functions of TreQ
  • Functions of TreQ Articulation data for transfer institutions
  • Functions of TreQ Articulation data for transfer institutions “ Mapping” of transcript data
  • Functions of TreQ Articulation data for transfer institutions “ Mapping” of transcript data Provides test score mappings
  • Functions of TreQ Articulation data for transfer institutions Articulation summaries and editing abilities “ Mapping” of transcript data Provides test score mappings
  • Current Status
  • Current Status Confirming data accuracy
  • Current Status Confirming data accuracy Pilot Program 3-4 Counselors 200 students
  • Current Status Confirming data accuracy Pilot Program 3-4 Counselors 200 students Intensive Training
  • Current Status Confirming data accuracy Initial implementation September 2008 Pilot Program 3-4 Counselors 200 students Intensive Training
  • Current Status Confirming data accuracy Initial implementation September 2008 Pilot Program 3-4 Counselors 200 students Intensive Training TreQ has been installed
  • Current Status Confirming data accuracy Initial implementation September 2008 Pilot Program 3-4 Counselors 200 students Intensive Training TreQ has been installed Formation of Counseling Advising Subcommittee
  • Additional Support
  • Additional Support
    • 100 loaner student computers
    • Scholarship endowments
    • Expand online and hybrid offerings as to enable students to have as many choices as possible in determining how to complete their academic programs or course of study as expeditiously as possible.
    Education Master Plan Alignment”
  • 11% on 11-11-11 Enrollment %
  • FTES Projections
  • $ Impact
  • New Markets
    • Home schooled
    • Stay at home parents
    • Military
    • Corporate market
    • Continuing education
  • Future Plans
    • AA degree through Distance Ed
    • STEM Funding
    • Expand DE Coordinator Assignment
    • Dedicated IT support
    • Expand Etudes Help Desk
    • Persistence Study
  • The next big killer application for the Internet is going to be education. Education over the Internet is going to be so big it is going to make email usage look like a rounding error. - John Chambers President and CEO of Cisco Systems