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Presenting the MDE-UMUC/HBMeU cooperative programs

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Presentation of the recent dual award degrees result from the cooperation between the Master of Distance Education & E-Learning from UMUC, with the Distance Learning masters programs at HBMeU, Dubai, …

Presentation of the recent dual award degrees result from the cooperation between the Master of Distance Education & E-Learning from UMUC, with the Distance Learning masters programs at HBMeU, Dubai, UAE.

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  • The heart of the partnership is in fact the differences of the institutions and what they bring to the program. These differences build a unique synergy that contributes to the quality of the program at several levels. The UMUC being the gateway for students, the larger institution which provides the complete infrastructure for all support services helps the streamlining of the program and the program although small can count on high-quality technology-based services. It is also the institution that carries the history and the intensive experience as a online provider. OL brings its culture of intensive research, craftsman based course development, and the in-depth knowledge of the foundations of distance education, together with the European experience in DE.
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    • 1. The UMUC & HBMeU partnership: A cooperative program in eLearning Dr. Stella Porto Master of Distance Education & E-learning The Graduate School University of Maryland University CollegeJan, 2012 HBMeU & UMUC-MDE partnership 1
    • 2. Background University of Maryland University College My home-officeJan, 2012 HBMeU & UMUC-MDE partnership 2
    • 3. Background: U of Maryland U CollegeJan, 2012 HBMeU & UMUC-MDE partnership 3
    • 4. Background: current data Online enrollments > 234,000 > 100 programs completely online# students > 92,000 2nd largest stateenrollments > 272,000 institution in the USJan, 2012 HBMeU & UMUC-MDE partnership 4
    • 5. Background: Large scale Virtual Library Portal of supporting servicesAdministrative support Technical support Instructional Design Instructors Non-traditional managerial back-end organization: centralization of shared resources and efficiency through division of labor Jan, 2012 HBMeU & UMUC-MDE partnership 5
    • 6. Master of Distance Education & E-Learning Corporate Training & Learning Faculty Media & Support technology Distance Education Instruction Higher Design & Education Support Leaders & ManagersJan, 2012 HBMeU & UMUC-MDE partnership 6
    • 7. MDE: Focus Core competencies • Management of the DE systems Collaborative in multiple environments • Planning, cost, development, operations, delivery, support, training Target Audience • Potential managers of DE in: • Educational organizations • Corporate / Business 100% online • Government & Military • Not-for-profit organizations for part-time working adultsJan, 2012 HBMeU & UMUC-MDE partnership 7
    • 8. MDE: Curriculum Core courses Technology Teaching & Training Policy & ManagementJan, 2012 HBMeU & UMUC-MDE partnership 8
    • 9. MDE: Curriculum Core DE Foundations: systems view, technology, online teaching & learning, costing and student support Technology Teaching & Training Policy & Management Leadership Instructional Design Leadership Instructional Design Library & Copyright DE Systems Multimedia Leadership Library & Copyright Globalization & Multimedia DE Business Development Distance Training Globalization & Advanced Technologies Virtual K-12 Development Internet Technologies Research in DE Capstone : E-portfolio & Research ProjectJan, 2012 HBMeU & UMUC-MDE partnership 9
    • 10. MDE: Curriculum Core OMDE 601, OMDE 603, OMDE 606, OMDE 608 & OMDE 610 Technology Teaching & Training Policy & Management DEPM 604 DETT 607 DEPM 604 DETT 607 DETT 611 DEPM 609 DETC 620 DEPM 604 DETT 611 DEPM 625 DETC 620 DEPM 622 IMAT 639 DETT 621 DEPM 625 EDTC 650 (Spring) DEPM 650 Capstone : OMDE 670Jan, 2012 HBMeU & UMUC-MDE partnership 10
    • 11. MDE: Certificates http://umuc.edu/programs/grad/certificates/Jan, 2012 HBMeU & UMUC-MDE partnership 11
    • 12. MDE: Dual degrees • MDE + M.Ed / M.Ed + MDE • MDE + MBA / MBA + MDE • MDE + MSM / MSM + MDE • MDE + TMAN / TMAN + MDEJan, 2012 HBMeU & UMUC-MDE partnership 12
    • 13. Model for dual degrees @ UMUC Grad School Secondary degree (18 Primary Credits) degree (36 credits)Jan, 2012 HBMeU & UMUC-MDE partnership 13
    • 14. The MDE Partnership: a signature program • Infrastructure • Support & UMUC Services • Standards • Research • DE International Oldenburg network • ‘Escape’ from the large scale modelJan, 2012 HBMeU & UMUC-MDE partnership 14
    • 15. The partner institutions: U of Maryland U College http://umuc.edu/aboutus.shtmlJan, 2012 HBMeU & UMUC-MDE partnership 15
    • 16. The partner institutions: U of Maryland U College Fact Book http://umuc.edu/ip/PDFs/UM UCFY09FactBook.pdfJan, 2012 HBMeU & UMUC-MDE partnership 16
    • 17. Context and landscapeThe partner institutions:Oldenburg Oldenburg
    • 18. The partner institutions: Context and landscapeOldenburg Oldenburg
    • 19. The partner institutions:Oldenburg Context and landscape Oldenburg
    • 20. Sharing of responsibilities: Course development• UMUC • Oldenburg – DE Technologies (OMDE 603 & – Foundations (OMDE 601) DETC 630) – Costing and Budgeting (OMDE – Teaching online (OMDE 610) 606) – Training at a distance (DETT 621) – Learner support (OMDE 608) – DE in K-12 (EDTC 650) – Multimedia in DE (DETC 620) – Library and copyright (DETT 611) – Globalization and development – Instructional design (DETT 607) (DEPM 625) – Leadership (DEPM 604) – Research in DE (DEPM 650) – DE systems (DEPM 609) – Business in DE (DEPM 622) Each partner is responsible for the development of its share of courses, and owns the decisions of staffing theJan, 2012 HBMeU & UMUC-MDE partnership every time it offered course 20
    • 21. The Synergy of both partners• Technological infrastructure• Organizational support Communication• Leadership support Diversity• Support and training Recognition & Value in DE infrastructure Quality Autonomy Faculty development • Research • Historical involvement in DE Jan, 2012 • HBMeU & UMUC-MDE partnership Network of experts 21
    • 22. The MDE faculty community http://www.aardvarkmap.net/map/97UMF39HJan, 2012 HBMeU & UMUC-MDE partnership 22
    • 23. The UMUC & HBMeU partnershipJan, 2012 HBMeU & UMUC-MDE partnership 23
    • 24. The UMUC & HBMeU partnership• Cooperative Program (CP): – Master of Distance Education & E-Learning (UMUC) & • Master of Science in Interactive Educational Technologies (HBMeU) or • Master of Arts in Online Curriculum and Instruction (HBMeU) or • Master of Arts in Online Education Leadership and Management (HBMeU)• “Dual degree” framework – MDE is the secondary degree. – 9 out of the 18 credits taken by CP students are transferred into the primary degree (HBMeU). – Total of 27 credits (9 courses) from HBMeU, 9 credits (3 courses) from UMUC and which are transferred to HBMeU degrees, and then other 9 credits (3 courses) from UMUC, which count exclusively for the secondary MDE degree.Jan, 2012 HBMeU & UMUC-MDE partnership 24
    • 25. The UMUC & HBMeU partnership Cooperative Program model UMUC- MDE UMUC- (9 credits) HBMeU (27 MDE credits) (9 credits transfer)Jan, 2012 HBMeU & UMUC-MDE partnership 25
    • 26. The UMUC & HBMeU partnership• Existing core common knowledge• MDE will complement curriculum with – Foundations of distance education (OMDE 601), – Distance education technology (OMDE 603), – Learner support (OMDE 608), – Costs in distance education (OMDE 606), and – Research methods in distance education (DEPM 650).Jan, 2012 HBMeU & UMUC-MDE partnership 26
    • 27. The UMUC & HBMeU partnershipJan, 2012 HBMeU & UMUC-MDE partnership 27
    • 28. Jan, 2012 HBMeU & UMUC-MDE partnership 28
    • 29. The UMUC & HBMeU partnershipJan, 2012 HBMeU & UMUC-MDE partnership 29
    • 30. Jan, 2012 HBMeU & UMUC-MDE partnership 30
    • 31. The UMUC & HBMeU partnershipJan, 2012 HBMeU & UMUC-MDE partnership 31
    • 32. Jan, 2012 HBMeU & UMUC-MDE partnership 32