Online Programming Strategy and Administration 3 Pack
As schools deal with the surging interest in online courses and degree programs, issues in both the teaching and administrative spheres are inevitable. From these three programs, you’ll acquire the tools and guidance to meet these demands confidently.
Take Guesswork Out of Managing Your Online Curriculum
The popularity of online courses among students is undisputed. They see online learning as a practical approach that allows them to handle their outside responsibilities and still complete their education.
Faculty and administrators try to accommodate this new order, but the challenges of online degree programs can bewilder them. Many wonder how to adapt traditional classroom expectations to online teaching. Other campuses don’t even have formal polices that address online issues consistently.
Learning how to incorporate online courses that meet the educational standards of face-to-face classrooms requires the help of those who have done it successfully at their own institutions.
That help is now available in the candid, engaging video series Online Programming Strategy and Administration 3 Pack, which includes:
- How Does My Department Become More Strategic with Online Programming?, which shows how schools can leverage their limited resources to build and manage a sustainable online educational foundation.
- How Do I Overcome Faculty Barriers to Online Teaching?, which provides you with actionable ideas that assuage the concerns of reluctant or skeptical educators of online courses.
- How Do I Create an Online Education Policy and Procedures Manual?, which guides you in the creation of a handbook specific to your school.
Each video is 20 minutes long and gives you easy-to-implement strategies in a convenient, efficient format.
Institutions that offer well-run online courses and manage the expectations of faculty, administrators, and students will thrive in the months ahead. Invest in your future with this compelling, transformative series.
Product Code: NM16DA
Viewers of these three Magna 20-Minute Mentors will walk away with a wide, informed perspective on how to tackle the online curriculum at their school. Viewers will also learn how to ably support the faculty, administrators, and staff charged with executing it.
You’ll see how to make the best use of your school’s resources to bolster a thriving online programming track.
You’ll discover thoughtful ways to acknowledge educators reluctant to embrace online courses and learn how to bring them on board.
You’ll get a comprehensive plan for putting together a policy and procedures manual for online courses that is specific to your school. You’ll see how to gain the cooperation and participation of even skeptical colleagues.
Filled with potent ideas, tested tips, and realistic recommendations, the Online Programming Strategy and Administration 3 Pack can help you lead your school toward a viable online educational structure.
After watching these dynamic programs, you'll be able to:
- Evaluate your school’s existing online offerings and see where to make changes
- Get faculty and administrative buy-in for enhancing your online curriculum
- Maximize your school’s finite resources to support your online programming
- Identify different forms of faculty resistance and learn how to address them
- Invite faculty members to participate in your online initiatives
- Manage concerns about compensation, workload, and tenure issues related to online education
- Recruit the best personnel to work on a policy and procedures manual
- Get the manual reviewed and approved in a time-efficient way
Even if you are already familiar with some of the issues involved in running online programming at your school, this three-part video series will add to your knowledge base with practical, ready-to-go solutions.
Strengthening your online courses—and gaining the cooperation of faculty and administrators—will pay for itself in increased student acquisition, retention, and fulfillment.
Brian Udermann, PhD, is the Director of Online Education at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse, and a full professor in the Department of Exercise and Sport Science. In addition to his administrative and teaching responsibilities, he facilitates online workshops through the Online Learning Consortium (OLC), serves as a mentor to two dozen faculty who are actively developing online courses, and leads a group of online education administrators from the University of Wisconsin-System. Brian is an alumnus of OLC’s Institute for Emerging Leadership in Online Learning.
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$249 - CD
$300 - Campus Access License
$99 - CD
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