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ASU Online & Extended Campus. Innovation= Quality and Access Alan L Fisher, Director of Corporate Engagement, Arizona State University Online Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam April 25, 2014. The Facts!. ASU Online. 64+ academic degrees 20+ professional certificates

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asu online extended campus

ASU Online & Extended Campus

Innovation= Quality and Access

Alan L Fisher, Director of Corporate Engagement, Arizona State University Online

Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

April 25, 2014


ASU Online

  • 64+ academic degrees
  • 20+ professional certificates
  • 10,000+ students (20K by 2016)
  • Trained 1,200 ASU online teaching faculty in 2012
online students learning @ asu
Online students learning @ ASU

57,000+ ASU students in online courses during AY 2013

ASU Online growth > 10x increase in 5 years


average online GPA



on ground



Global engagement

  • #11 international students
  • 6,000 students from 150+ countries
  • #3 in Brazilian scholars
  • Redesigning engineering education in Vietnam
  • Opening offices in London and Mexico City
us news world report
US News & World Report
  • Ranked one of the best places to earn an online degree
  • Ranked #1 in online student services and technology



Selected innovative partnerships

100+ technologies integrated in online courses


Knewton Math Labs

  • As a student works Knewton evaluates progress and recommends a plan of study.
  • In the Study Plan the student clicks PRACTICE and completes suggested exercises.
  • After successfully completing exercises students are recommended to take a “QUIZ ME” to test understanding.
  • When successful Knewton adapts the Study Plan and the student moves on.

“I know some critics worry about the loss of personal interaction that certainly is central to a high-quality education...But this technology, when it’s well conceived, actually can be used to strengthen those interactions.”

Bill Gates


ASU Online

What makes a great Online experience?


incorporation of leading edge technologies

customer expectations

70+learning technologies in use or available in ASU Online courses

30learning technologies under evaluation

technologies available or in use
technologies available or in use
  • 20. Screenr
  • 21. LearningStudioMobile Apps
  • 22. Scoop.It!
  • 23. Jux
  • 24.
  • 25. LiveScribe
  • 26. Adobe Connect 8.1
  • 27. Spark
  • 28. Screencast-O-Matic
  • 29. Snag-it
  • 30. Piazza
  • 31. Watchitoo
  • 32. MentorMob
  • 33. VProctor
  • 34. LearningStudio Social Course Home
  • 35. CamtasiaFuse
  • 36. SoundCloud
  • 37. SurveyMonkey
  • 38. Quizlet
  • VoiceThread
  • Google Technologies
  • Video servers- Wistia & Vimeo
  • 3Play Interactive Video
  • CamtasiaRelay v4
  • Acxiom
  • LearningStudio
  • TurnitinGradeMark with ETS e-Rater
  • TurnitinPeerMark
  • Knewton
  • ProctorU
  • MyLab integrations
  • WikiSpaces
  • Crocodoc
  • TweetChat
  • AudioPal
  • Prezi
  • Skitch
technologies under evaluation



Bio-Sig ID








technologies under evaluation

16. UserVoice

17. Software Secure

18. Kryterion

19. SmarterMeasure

20. WeVideo

21. BigMarker

22. tumblecloud

23. Bio-Sig ID

24. YouSeeU

25. OnCam

26. Prulu

27. Educreations

28. Criterion

29. ClassBadges

30. BlueJeans


Learning Outcome Manager




3D Game Lab





Rosetta Stone






faculty resources

380workshops, webinars &boot camps serving more than 1,200 ASU faculty registrants last year.

2Xas many as workshops already scheduled this spring as last year.


>1,000 course videos were produced for online courses last year.

approximately 800 ASU Online course videos are played everyday – about 265,000 per year.


high-quality instructional design

- interactive presentations

- interactive applications

- interactive videos

- interactive simulations

- virtual studio

- role playing

- case studies

- gaming

- mini lectures



280workshops, webinars &boot camps serving more than 1,000 ASU faculty registrants last year.

2Xas many as workshops already scheduled this spring as last year.

1000 courses were produced for online classes in 2013.

Over 800 online course videos are played everyday…over 250,000 video’s in 2013

100 learning technologies in use or available in ASU Online courses

30learning technologies under evaluation


ASU Online

Academic integrity

we use pedagogical solutions
We use pedagogical solutions
  • Assess learning often and use a variety of assessment methods
  • Include a mix of high and low-stakes assessments
  • Consider assessment approaches other than objective testing (portfolios, projects, journals, peer review, debate, role play)
  • Create assignments where the connection between the learning objectives and the tasks are clear to students
  • Emphasize writing assignments (papers, essays, discussions)
  • Require abstracts with writing assignments
  • Require annotated bibliographies with writing assignments
  • Require students to turn in drafts of papers
  • Provide rubrics and detailed grading criteria
  • Design authentic assessments
  • After assignments, have students discuss them, and the research methods they used, and provide summary statements
  • Make assignments cumulative
  • Give open book exams
  • Use proctored test sites
  • Call students and administer oral exams
we use technology based solutions
We use technology based solutions
  • Use identity verification software (Acxiom)
  • Require a unique username and password for course access (ASURITE)
  • Use a lock-down web browser for exams (ExamGuard)
  • Prohibit back-tracking in exams (ExamGuard)
  • Randomize test questions from a large question pool (LearningStudio)
  • Set availability dates for exams (LearningStudio)
  • Put a time limit on exams (LearningStudio)
  • Password protect exams (LearningStudio)
  • Show one exam question at a time (LearningStudio)
  • Track the time and duration of exam access (LearningStudio)
  • Administer remotely proctored exams (ProctorU)
  • Use plagiarism detection software for writing assignments (Turnitin)
we use community building solutions
We use community building solutions
  • Define cheating and discuss cheating scenarios with students
  • Present the main reasons students cheat and discuss them
  • Provide students with information on how to avoid plagiarism
  • Provide students with lessons on research and study skills
  • Provide information on the university writing center and libraries
  • Set an expectation that students will adhere to the ASU academic integrity policy
  • Ask students to acknowledge that they have read and understand ASU’s academic integrity policy
  • Have students discuss their thoughts on the university integrity policy
  • Ask students how they can create a community of honesty and integrity
  • Emphasize academic integrity throughout the semester, not just at the start
  • Inform students in advance about any technology solutions you will be using to promote integrity
  • Communicate with students using a tone of respect