Distance Education Report
This newsletter brings subscribers the latest news and views about online learning... case studies, best practices, analysis from our experienced editors, and key contributions from your peers nationwide. Twice monthly, it delivers valuable insight on creating, implementing, and managing distance education programs.
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What you need to know to run a distance education program
Technology has disrupted the conventional structure of higher education in many ways. Perhaps the most dramatic example is the rise and proliferation of distance education programs.
As colleges and universities develop and manage these programs, they will face important and often unexpected questions:
- How should an online education vendor partner be selected?
- What's the best way to assess and evaluate a program?
- How can student retention rates be boosted?
- How can distance education programs be effectively promoted and marketed?
Concerned faculty and administrators are debating these issues to do the best for their schools and their students.
To stay on top of the discussion, subscribe to Distance Education Report, the newsletter from Magna Publications that helps you manage and run a successful online learning program, from the "big picture" to the nuts and bolts.
You’ll get timely insights and practical advice to keep your distance education program moving forward.
Each issue addresses topical questions and provides well-researched perspectives.
You’ll also get instructional case studies and best practices from other schools that you can apply almost immediately to enhance your own distance learning experience.
Discover how your peers are making distance education programs work for them, their students, and their schools in Distance Education Report.
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With Distance Education Report coming to your desk twice a month, you’ll get the hard facts you need to make critical decisions.
The newsletter presents stories in a clear, crisp, easy-to-grasp style to fit your active schedule.
You’ll get well-researched articles that you can trust, but that's just the beginning.
You’ll also get case studies that reveal how other schools handled real-world situations, straightforward analysis from experts who speak to your concerns, and practical takeaways for you to try.
Every issue contains meaningful articles to keep you grounded and knowledgeable about pressing topics, including:
- Program development and management
- Marketing and recruitment
- Faculty development
- Building support for distance education programs
- New technology
- Student retention
- New issues in compliance
- Assessment and evaluation
In every issue, you’ll find the tools and resources to address the problems, challenges, and opportunities of your school's distance education program.
Benefits of subscribing
Guidance you can trust, strategies you can apply, survey results and key metrics you can rely on—these are just a few of the ways that subscribing to Distance Education Report can help you fulfill your responsibilities for your school's distance education program.
With articles written for busy professionals, each issue illuminates fundamental topics with candor, clarity, and concision.
This coverage is ideal for a wide swath of the educational community, especially:
- Distance education program administrators
- Technical staff
- Faculty and faculty development staff
- Anyone interested in staying on the leading edge of distance education
- Administrators, faculty, and staff at public and private institutions
- Administrators, faculty, and staff at two- and four-year institutions
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Christopher Hill has covered the distance education field since 2000 as managing editor of Distance Education Report.
Chris also edits a number of other titles for Magna Publications, and in 2003 he won an Apex Communicator¹s award for his Magna newsletter, Administrator.
Chris previously worked as a producer of children's media, an advertising agency broadcast producer, and communications director for the Episcopal Diocese of Milwaukee.