What Matters Most in Creating an Administrative Structure
"People may have really overstated the level of administrative change that's taking place," says Dr. Stephen F. Gambescia, assistant dean of the College of Nursing and Health Professions at Drexel University in Philadelphia. He's talking about how institutions structure their distance learning programs. Specifically, he's addressing the general sense that's been given in the media, in the literature, and at conferences that the whole distance ed world is moving the way of entrepreneurial outsourcing of programs. "It's way overstated," says Gambescia.
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