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LCCC - Colorado Brightspace Ignite - Collaborative Model for Online Innovation

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The Collaborative Model for Online Innovation
Center for Learning Technologies
Laramie County Committee College
Cheyenne, Wyoming

Les Balsiger J.D. – Director, Center for Learning Technologies
Dr. Tim Kochery – Senior Instructional Designer
Tammarra Holmes – Technology Guru

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LCCC - Colorado Brightspace Ignite - Collaborative Model for Online Innovation

  1. 1. The Collaborative Model for Online Innovation Center for Learning Technologies Laramie County Committee College Cheyenne, Wyoming 307-778-4359 LBALSIGER@LCCC.WY.EDU
  2. 2. LCCC
  3. 3. OUR TEAM  Les Balsiger J.D. – Director, Center for Learning Technologies Dr. Tim Kochery – Senior Instructional Designer Tammarra Holmes – Technology Guru
  4. 4. Primary Strategy in the LCCC Strategic Plan – Goal One Develop an LCCC Online enterprise with sufficient autonomy to purposefully grow offerings and enrollment in distance education using cutting-edge course design and innovative instruction. *This was based on what is called the “Enterprise Model” in the literature
  5. 5. In early 2013 LCCC announced $200,000 would be available for “innovative approaches to help the college better meet its mission?
  6. 6. In December 2013, The Center for Learning Technologies applied for and received $17,300 for what we called “The Collaborative Model for Online Innovation”
  7. 7. We proposed a 3 year plan to put entire programs (not courses) online using standardized course design and HTML Coding. Faculty would serve as Subject Matter Experts and the Instructional Design Team would design and build the courses within D2L. This was approved.
  8. 8. The Process – Our Team developed a model course process to design and build the courses. The process starts with identifying a subject matter expert (SME) then assigning an Instructional Designer and Technical Support Staff
  9. 9. Process –We have an initial meeting with the SME to sign a contract (we pay the SME’s) . The project manager, Instructional designer and SME are present. The process is gone over carefully with the SME.
  10. 10. Process – Next the SME gets the syllabus and other supporting documents along with the text book to the ID. We allow 2 weeks for this. The ID and SME may meet a couple of times and e-mail each other. Then a sandbox is created in D2L with the SME in it as an instructor and the process of course design starts following our course outline.
  11. 11. Over the next 4+ weeks the SME and ID work on developing the class within D2L this requires a lot of collaboration between the ID and SME. Once this process is complete the class will be turned over to Technical Support to work on the HTML 5 coding and multi-media. A DEV shell is created where the master course will reside.
  12. 12. Tech Support works with the SME to build the multi-media and then finally code the class. Once Tech support is done the project manager will conduct the peer/dean review and complete the process.
  13. 13. After the process the students in these courses will be surveyed as to course navigation etc. The SME, and ID will meet once the course has run to see if there are any needed modifications. Tech Support will be involved as well.
  14. 14. Demonstration of the course
  15. 15. Lessons Learned
  16. 16. Next Phase: In September 2014 we were approved for our next round (2nd year) of our project. We asked for and received $54,845 to put the balance of the Criminal Justice Degree , Two Education Degrees and the Human Services Degree online. We have just met with the SME’s and started the process.
  17. 17. What’s Next ? The LCCC strategic plan has called to create a online division that will have autonomy to put more programs online and run an effective unit with not only instructional design and technology but student support staff etc.
  18. 18. Questions? Center for Learning Technologies Laramie County Community College

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