Getting Started in Online Education
The Sloan Consortium Presents
Sloan-C Programs & Resources
• Membership: Lower prices
on
conferences, workshops, pu
blications; full website
access.
• W...
• Workshops :
* Student Satisfaction : Feedback
October 4 - 11, 2013
* Learning Environments: ePortfolios for STEM Learnin...
With You
Today …
Cathy Arreguin
Zeren Eder
Sandra Coswatte
Please Introduce Yourself
Online Student Experience
Q:Have you ever taken
an online class?
Online Faculty Experience
Q:Have you ever taught
an online course?
One Final Question …
Q:Why …
are you here today?
“Online learning is not the next big thing;
it is the now big thing.”
- Donna J. Abernathy
Online Coursework
Online Coursework
• Some components online
• Instruction face to face
Web
Enhanced
• Significant face to face and online
i...
Quality
“Quality is never an accident; it is always the
result of high intention, sincere effort, intelligent
direction an...
Quality Questions
Q:
What does a quality online
class mean to you?
Do students and faculty
measure quality in the
same way...
Quality Online Courses
A work in process
Continual
review/revision/improvements
Sloan-C 5 Pillars
Learning
Effectiveness
Scale Access
Faculty
Satisfaction
Student
Satisfaction
Learning Effectiveness
Learning
Effectiveness Take advantage of the
learning environment
Provide learning experiences
that...
Scale
Leverage key educational resources
while offering new
online learning opportunities to
students and faculty
Schools ...
Access
Access
Provide meaningful and effective
access throughout the entire
student's life cycle
• Program Selection
• Cou...
Faculty Satisfaction
Faculty
Satisfaction
Instructors find the online teaching
experience personally rewarding
and profess...
Student Satisfaction
Student
Satisfaction The goal is that all students who
complete a course express
satisfaction with co...
Sloan-C 5 Pillar Resources
A Framework for success
Sloan-C 5 Pillar Resources
• http://sloanconsortium.org/5pillars
Quality
Framework
Chart
• http://sloanconsortium.org/Qual...
Converting Your Course
Convert … or create?
Course Conversion
• Making Relevant Learning Experiences
• Built Around Learning Objectives/Outcomes
that are measurable
•...
Course Conversion continued…
• Review Course Objectives/Outcomes
• Develop Online Course Syllabus
• Develop Online Assessm...
Course Objectives and
Syllabus
Your roadmap for development
What are Course Objectives?
• What learners should know or be able to do
at the end of your course
• Describe the end resu...
Course Objectives
A course should be built around objectives:
Specific objectives
Measurable objectives
Understood by stud...
Course Syllabus
• Course Description/Objectives
• Required and recommended textbook(s) and
materials
• Calendar of events ...
Course Syllabus continued…
• Online Participation Requirements
• Grading Scale and how grades are earned
• Special needs/A...
Social Presence
Becoming REAL online
Social Presence Online
Instructor’s Role in Social Presence
• Address Students By Name
• Be Responsive in Class and in Emails
• Provide Frequent,...
 Showing Social Presence
•Expression of emoticons
•Use of humor
•Self-Disclosure
•Interactive Continuing a thread
•Quotin...
New to Online: The Essentials
Join
Us!
• 1 week workshop
• Hands on experience
• Learn as a student
• Plan as a facilitato...
Key Facilitators
Angela Gibson Brian Udermann Laurie Hillstock
What To Expect
Online Learning Overview
Course Conversion/Creation
Assessment Strategies
Synchronous/Asynchronous Tools
Pr...
Questions?
Questions?
Thank you and keep
learning!
“Learning is what most adults will do for a living
in the 21st century.“
- Perelman
For More Information
workshops@sloanconsortium.org
www.sloanconsortium.org
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  1. 1. Getting Started in Online Education The Sloan Consortium Presents
  2. 2. Sloan-C Programs & Resources • Membership: Lower prices on conferences, workshops, pu blications; full website access. • Workshops: Over 100 each year ($169 for members; $269 non-members) • College Pass: lowest prices on bulk workshops (25, 50, 75 & 100 seat options) http://sloanconsortium.org • Certificate Program: Online teaching & learning • Blended Learning Mastery Series • Mobile Learning Mastery Series • 3 Annual Conferences: Blended, Emerging Tech, Annual Online Learning
  3. 3. • Workshops : * Student Satisfaction : Feedback October 4 - 11, 2013 * Learning Environments: ePortfolios for STEM Learning October 18 - 25 , 2013 • Webinar: Learn with Michael Wesch - Free October 8 , 2013 , 3:00 pm ET • Conference : 19th Annual Sloan Consortium International Conference on Online Learning November 20-22, 2013 Lake Buena Vista, FL Join us for Upcoming Sloan-C Events Upcoming Webinars http://sloanconsortium.org/webinar_listing
  4. 4. With You Today … Cathy Arreguin Zeren Eder Sandra Coswatte
  5. 5. Please Introduce Yourself
  6. 6. Online Student Experience Q:Have you ever taken an online class?
  7. 7. Online Faculty Experience Q:Have you ever taught an online course?
  8. 8. One Final Question … Q:Why … are you here today?
  9. 9. “Online learning is not the next big thing; it is the now big thing.” - Donna J. Abernathy Online Coursework
  10. 10. Online Coursework • Some components online • Instruction face to face Web Enhanced • Significant face to face and online instructionBlended • Completely online • May include “live” sessions ..or notOnline
  11. 11. Quality “Quality is never an accident; it is always the result of high intention, sincere effort, intelligent direction and skillful execution; it represents the wise choice of many alternatives.” - William A. Foster
  12. 12. Quality Questions Q: What does a quality online class mean to you? Do students and faculty measure quality in the same way? Do they want the same thing out of the courses?
  13. 13. Quality Online Courses A work in process Continual review/revision/improvements
  14. 14. Sloan-C 5 Pillars Learning Effectiveness Scale Access Faculty Satisfaction Student Satisfaction
  15. 15. Learning Effectiveness Learning Effectiveness Take advantage of the learning environment Provide learning experiences that are quality in the modality being used
  16. 16. Scale Leverage key educational resources while offering new online learning opportunities to students and faculty Schools offer their best educational value to learners and to achieve capacity enrollment Cost-effective measures and practices Scale
  17. 17. Access Access Provide meaningful and effective access throughout the entire student's life cycle • Program Selection • Course Availability • Appropriate Learning Resources • Support (Academic, Financial, Student, Technical)
  18. 18. Faculty Satisfaction Faculty Satisfaction Instructors find the online teaching experience personally rewarding and professionally beneficial • School Provides Support • Opportunity for Research/Publication • Involved in the Governance and Quality Insurance • Institutional Reward System • Opportunity for Continued Professional Development
  19. 19. Student Satisfaction Student Satisfaction The goal is that all students who complete a course express satisfaction with course rigor and fairness, with professor and peer interaction, and with support services
  20. 20. Sloan-C 5 Pillar Resources A Framework for success
  21. 21. Sloan-C 5 Pillar Resources • http://sloanconsortium.org/5pillars Quality Framework Chart • http://sloanconsortium.org/Quality_Framework_Narrative_5_pillars Quality Framework Narrative
  22. 22. Converting Your Course Convert … or create?
  23. 23. Course Conversion • Making Relevant Learning Experiences • Built Around Learning Objectives/Outcomes that are measurable • Start backwards what do you want students to achieve? How will you do this? • What can be developed for Interactivity? • What time management will be expected in class for you and your students?
  24. 24. Course Conversion continued… • Review Course Objectives/Outcomes • Develop Online Course Syllabus • Develop Online Assessments – Match Course Learning Objectives • Develop Learning Materials/Plan for class
  25. 25. Course Objectives and Syllabus Your roadmap for development
  26. 26. What are Course Objectives? • What learners should know or be able to do at the end of your course • Describe the end results of your learning experience • Create a sound basis for your instruction that can be measured • Helps students organize and classify their efforts during the learning pursuits
  27. 27. Course Objectives A course should be built around objectives: Specific objectives Measurable objectives Understood by students Connected to learning modules so that students see why they are doing something
  28. 28. Course Syllabus • Course Description/Objectives • Required and recommended textbook(s) and materials • Calendar of events and a timeline of due dates for any activities. • Examples: • Assignments, assessments, and scheduled synchronous online chat/discussions. • Instructor contact information and virtual office hours …
  29. 29. Course Syllabus continued… • Online Participation Requirements • Grading Scale and how grades are earned • Special needs/ADA Statement Contact Info • Hardware/Software Requirements • Technical Support Resources • Academic Honesty Policy • Copyright Policy
  30. 30. Social Presence Becoming REAL online
  31. 31. Social Presence Online
  32. 32. Instructor’s Role in Social Presence • Address Students By Name • Be Responsive in Class and in Emails • Provide Frequent, Timely, and Constructive Feedback • Share Personal Stories and Experiences • Use multimedia so that students see and hear you.
  33. 33.  Showing Social Presence •Expression of emoticons •Use of humor •Self-Disclosure •Interactive Continuing a thread •Quoting from other messages •Referring explicitly to other messages •Asking questions •Complimenting, expressing appreciation, expressing agreement
  34. 34. New to Online: The Essentials Join Us! • 1 week workshop • Hands on experience • Learn as a student • Plan as a facilitator • Chance to learn and network with other professionals • Remaining 2013 Session • November 1 – November 8
  35. 35. Key Facilitators Angela Gibson Brian Udermann Laurie Hillstock
  36. 36. What To Expect Online Learning Overview Course Conversion/Creation Assessment Strategies Synchronous/Asynchronous Tools Preparing Students for Online Professional Development Online
  37. 37. Questions?
  38. 38. Questions?
  39. 39. Thank you and keep learning! “Learning is what most adults will do for a living in the 21st century.“ - Perelman
  40. 40. For More Information workshops@sloanconsortium.org www.sloanconsortium.org
  41. 41. Getting Started in Online Education An Overview

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