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State of Distance Education at LAVC Spring 2009

State of Distance Education at LAVC Spring 2009

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  • 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
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    • 1.
    • 2. 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
    • 3.
      • “ I take online classes because they are a convenient way for me to go to school and also raise a child. I started taking online classes last semester and enjoyed them so this semester all of my classes will be online. I love being able to stay in the comfort of my own home and go to class. It also allows me to get an education and still have plenty of time for my daughter.”
              • --Dawn Drake
    • 4.
      • “ As a working, single mother...online classes allow me to manage my work, school, and life schedule and do assignments in a flexible time frame. Also, it helps me save money from driving to school every day in addition to driving to work and picking up and dropping off my daughter at school.”
            • -- Student J. M.
    • 5.
      • “ I take online classes because it fits into my hectic schedule. I work 40 hrs a week and take 13 units at CSUN. There was no room for me to fit in a face to face class so I am taking this class online.”
          • – Student K. Silvestre
    • 6. Yasmin Harvey
    • 7. Yasmin Harvey Planning to go to St. Mary College. Last summer she took three online courses.
    • 8. Yasmin Harvey Planning to go to St. Mary College. Last summer she took three online courses. Biology from Barstow College
    • 9. Yasmin Harvey Planning to go to St. Mary College. Last summer she took three online courses. Biology from Barstow College Speech Class from LA Valley College
    • 10. Yasmin Harvey Planning to go to St. Mary College. Last summer she took three online courses. Philosophy Class from Cuesta College Biology from Barstow College Speech Class from LA Valley College
    • 11.
    • 12. Phases in Distance Learning
    • 13. Phases in Distance Learning Web 1.0
    • 14. Phases in Distance Learning Web 1.0 The Correspondence Course
    • 15. Phases in Distance Learning Web 1.0 The Correspondence Course Web 2.0
    • 16. Phases in Distance Learning Web 1.0 The Correspondence Course Web 2.0 Student Generated Content
    • 17. Phases in Distance Learning Web 1.0 The Correspondence Course Web 2.0 Student Generated Content Web 3.0
    • 18. Phases in Distance Learning Web 1.0 The Correspondence Course Web 2.0 Student Generated Content Web 3.0 Student Immersion in Learning
    • 19.
    • 20. Where We Have Been
    • 21. Course Offerings
    • 22. Fall Comparisons
    • 23. Fall Comparisons
    • 24. Approved Online Courses
    • 25. Approved Online Courses
    • 26. Diversity of Courses
    • 27. Courses Approved 1999-2002
    • 28. Courses Approved 1999-2005
    • 29. Courses Approved 1999-2008
    • 30. Diversity of Courses Looking at it Another Way
    • 31. Diversity of Classes 1999-2002 3 Different Subject Areas
    • 32. Diversity of Classes by 2008 27 Different Subject Areas
    • 33.
      • “ I take classes online for convenience. I work full-time and at the end of the day I'm too tired to go to a conventional class. Also, after not being in school for 15 years, it was intimidating for me to go back to school and the online class was an easy choice to ease myself into learning again by doing it on my own time... even if that time is midnight.”
            • --Paloma Barrosa
    • 34.
    • 35. Current Goal
    • 36. Improve Student Success
    • 37. 3 Parts to Student Success
    • 38. 3 Parts to Student Success Institutional
    • 39. 3 Parts to Student Success Institutional Courses
    • 40. 3 Parts to Student Success Institutional Courses Student
    • 41. Made possible by two grants:
    • 42.
      • Title V
    • 43.
      • Title V
      • STEM
    • 44. Title V
    • 45. Title V Focus Increase Quality Online Courses Create a Student Portal
    • 46. Title V $2.8 million Focus Increase Quality Online Courses Create a Student Portal
    • 47. Title V $2.8 million 5 years Focus Increase Quality Online Courses Create a Student Portal
    • 48. STEM
    • 49. STEM Focus Science Technology Engineering Math
    • 50. STEM 2 years Focus Science Technology Engineering Math
    • 51. STEM $1.8 million 2 years Focus Science Technology Engineering Math
    • 52. Improving the Quality of the Institution
    • 53. Improving the Quality of the Institution
      • Online Class Schedule
    • 54. Improving the Quality of the Institution
      • Online Add Procedures
      • Online Class Schedule
    • 55. Improving the Quality of the Institution
      • Online Add Procedures
      • Online Class Schedule
      • Provide Student Services
    • 56. Improving the Quality of the Institution
      • Online Add Procedures
      • Online Class Schedule
      • Provide Student Services
      • Virtual Valley Website
    • 57. Improving the Quality of the Institution
      • Online Add Procedures
      • Online Class Schedule
      • Provide Student Services
      • Virtual Valley Website
      • Student Portal
    • 58. Improving the Quality of the Institution
      • Online Add Procedures
      • Online Class Schedule
      • Provide Student Services
      • Virtual Valley Website
      • Student Portal
      • DegreeWorks
    • 59. Improving the Quality of the Institution
      • Online Add Procedures
      • Online Class Schedule
      • Provide Student Services
      • Virtual Valley Website
      • Student Portal
      • DegreeWorks
      • STEM Website
    • 60.
    • 61.
    • 62. Student Portal
    • 63. STEM Website
    • 64. Improving the Quality of Online Courses
    • 65. Improving the Quality of Online Courses
      • Training Programs & Retreats
    • 66. Improving the Quality of Online Courses
      • Mentor Program
      • Training Programs & Retreats
    • 67. Improving the Quality of Online Courses
      • Mentor Program
      • Training Programs & Retreats
      • Internet Resources
    • 68. Improving the Quality of Online Courses
      • Mentor Program
      • Training Programs & Retreats
      • Internet Resources
      • Mini Grants
    • 69. Improving the Quality of Online Courses
      • Mentor Program
      • Training Programs & Retreats
      • Internet Resources
      • Mini Grants
      • Instructional Designer
    • 70. Improving the Quality of Online Courses
      • Mentor Program
      • Training Programs & Retreats
      • Internet Resources
      • Mini Grants
      • Instructional Designer
      • Quality Standards
    • 71. Improving the Quality of Online Courses
      • Mentor Program
      • Training Programs & Retreats
      • Internet Resources
      • Mini Grants
      • Instructional Designer
      • Quality Standards
      • Sample Virtual Class
    • 72. Virtual, Virtual Class
    • 73. Improving Student Preparedness
    • 74. Improving Student Preparedness
      • Faculty Welcome Letters
    • 75. Improving Student Preparedness
      • Faculty Welcome Letters
    • 76. Improving Student Preparedness
      • Live Help Desk
      • Faculty Welcome Letters
    • 77.
    • 78. Improving Student Preparedness
      • Live Help Desk
      • Faculty Welcome Letters
      • Online Help Resources
    • 79. Improving Student Preparedness
      • Online Help Resources
    • 80. Improving Student Preparedness
      • Live Help Desk
      • Faculty Welcome Letters
      • Online Help Resources
      • Help Modules in Courses
    • 81. Improving Student Preparedness
      • Live Help Desk
      • Faculty Welcome Letters
      • Online Help Resources
      • Help Modules in Courses
      • Frequently Asked Questions
    • 82. Improving Student Preparedness
      • Frequently Asked Questions
    • 83. 3 Parts to Student Success Institutional Courses Student
    • 84. Future
    • 85. Future Student Introduction Courses
    • 86. Future Faculty Distance Ed. Courses Student Introduction Courses
    • 87. Future Faculty Distance Ed. Courses Student Introduction Courses Department Chair Seminars
    • 88. Future Faculty Distance Ed. Courses Student Introduction Courses Department Chair Seminars Integration of Student Portal
    • 89. Future Faculty Distance Ed. Courses Student Introduction Courses Department Chair Seminars Integration of Student Portal ePholio
    • 90. Future Class Delivery
    • 91. Future Mobile Computing Class Delivery
    • 92. Future Mobile Computing Class Delivery Simulations and Gaming
    • 93. Corpus Christi Pulse!!
    • 94. Future Challenges
    • 95. Future Supervision of Increase Quality of Courses Challenges
    • 96. Future Supervision of Increase Quality of Courses Independence of Department Chairs Challenges
    • 97. Future Supervision of Increase Quality of Courses District Influence of Local Programs Independence of Department Chairs Challenges
    • 98. Online Student from an Exit Survey
    • 99.
      • “ The discussions had great subject matter and I really enjoyed reading the responses of the other classmates. In an online class, one tends to actually read and "listen" to what the other people are saying, not ignoring or missing what another classmate is saying if they happen to miss a class or have to leave early or if there is too much talking going on by the disrespectful students in the class. I learned an enormous amount by reading the other student's responses.”
      Online Student from an Exit Survey