Online Education: Heading toward the Future

Originally Aired: June 22, 2017


As online education moves into the mainstream, concerns about technology are receding while a focus on quality is taking center stage: What is it? How do you measure it? How do you sustain it? And when obstacles arise, what strategies can professors, instructional designers, department chairs, deans, and others use to manage past them?
 
This hour-long webinar will highlight some of the state-of-the-art approaches for measuring and sustaining quality in online education, with an emphasis on real-world experiences of professors. It will also discuss some key findings from recent reports on distance education from the Chronicle of Higher Education and others, including: 
 

  • Data showing what kinds of institutions are putting more emphasis into online education
  • The growing role of instructional designers
  • Techniques for translating improvements in teaching from the online world to the face-to-face classroom—and vice versa. 


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Presenter
Moderator: Goldie Blumenstyk
Senior writer
The Chronicle of Higher Education
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Presenter
Guest: Deb Adair
Executive Director
Quality Matters
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Presenter
Guest: Brian Udermann
Director of Online Education
Center for Advancing Teaching and Learning, University of Wisconsin, La Crosse
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