Off-Campus Task Force - Summary

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Off-Campus Task Force - Summary

  1. 1. ETMSoE Off-campus Task Force Committee Report
  2. 2. The Charge • What support does off-campus teaching require? • How do we ensure faculty teaching off- campus are part of the Clemson community? • How should off-campus and on-campus programs relate and coordinate? • How do we ensure off-campus courses/programs are financially viable?
  3. 3. Survey Overview • Open March 23-27, 2009 • N = 43 (approximately 53%) • Likert & Open-ended items • Off-campus programming / UCG – Involvement/Experience – Delivery modes – Potential – Concerns
  4. 4. What are the present realistic potential opportunities for off-campus programming for the Moore School of Education? • Greatest potential: a. “Blended” on-site & online b. Traditional face-to-face, site-based c. Online professional development d. Videoconference-based, multi-site e. Online degrees
  5. 5. My concerns about taking programs off-campus are: • Greatest concerns: a. Administrative assistance and clerical support b. IT Support c. Professional networking d. Infrastructure for non-traditional graduate students e. Infrastructure for research grants
  6. 6. Guiding Questions • How do we make off-campus programming more systemic and widespread? • How do we build and maintain an appropriate culture while moving off-campus? • What strategies should we use to move our off-campus agenda forward at Clemson?

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