Washington StateCommunity & Technical CollegesStrategic Technology Plan andTegrity Lecture Capture
The Washington System Governor Appointed 4-year Board Private Colleges & Colleges Universities SBCTC 29 Community & 5 Technical Colleges
Enrollment Distribution 1038 Basic Skills and Pre- College Workforce Transfer 49
System Highlights• 34 Community and Technical colleges around the state receive funding via state board• 2010-11 FTEs was 161 thousand with headcount around 330 thousand.• Over 96,600 students learn online each year + 34,000 Hybrid.• Total eLearning FTES increased by 25 percent from 2007-08 to 2008-09.• 37 percent of all CTC graduates earn 15 or more credits online or hybrid.
Strategic Technology PlanStrategy I: Create a single, system-wide suite of online teaching and learning tools that provides all Washington students with easy access to “anywhere, anytime” learning.• http://www.sbctc.edu/general/a_strategictechplan.aspx
WAOL supports• Single ANGEL license for 22 colleges, plus pooled enrollment system• Blackboard Collaborate for all colleges• Tegrity for all colleges• NW eTutoring Consortium• Professional development for all tools• Open resources…..saving our system $6 million/year
Why Tegrity?• Cloud based, web powered• Multiple delivery modes/options• Reporting Capabilities• Relatively low cost of entry (equipment)• Student Recording• Live Webcast• Mobile options
Tegrity Our Deployment • Unlimited access for all colleges, all students, all faculty • Unlimited storage • Each college has its own license • Integrated with college LMS (ANGEL, Moodle, MoodleRooms, Bb 9.1, Canvas) • Statewide registration system
Tegrity• Originally purchased for traditional lecture capture• Flipped Classroom Model• Student Feedback• Use Outside LMS
Additional Uses:• Record in classroom, office, or home• Student work feedback• Student recordings (public speaking example)• Tech Support/Student workers• Proctoring (Tacoma Example)• Linking in LMS and external• Replace more expensive, complicated screen capture
Wish List• Mobile Recording• Video Only Display• YouTube Integration
http://www.slideshare.net/sbctc98632 Scott Dennis eLearning Professional Development Manager (360) 747-7211 / firstname.lastname@example.org
How Does It Work? • Colleges that want to enroll students in the shared course enter a unique WAOL ID number in the class record each quarter. • The WAOL database captures the student enrollments and manages the capacity. • Section 1 fills first, then section 2, etc.
How Does It Work? Division of Labor • Students “belong” to the college where they enroll: • Support services • Transcripts • Degree or certificate • Faculty “belong” to the college that writes their contract: • Wages • Benefits • Evaluation