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New orleans louisiana march 2013 virtual presentation

The Involvement of Professional and Managerial Practices and Principles for Online Learners in Virtual Programs

Presenters: Dustin Bessette and Sharon L. Burton

SITE- Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education

New Orleans, Louisiana

March 2013

Virtual Presentation

This document is confidential and is intended solely for the use and information of the client to whom it is addressed.


Welcome to our presentation thank you for joining us

Welcome to our presentation. Thank you for joining us!

Dustin Bessette

Doctoral Student

National Graduate School of Quality Systems Management

Sharon L. Burton

Doctoral Student

National Graduate School of Quality Systems Management


Abstract

ABSTRACT

  • Positive instructional practices and principles can affect online learners in various ways. Currently, these reflections are shown and contribute to various degrees of professionalism, which students see and recognize. As these attributes show how faculty uses real life managerial practices and principles in the online learning environment, variables also help configure studies and research related relate to the topic. The tools and styles used are practices of students in virtual learning environments. This brief research paper highlights current practices, reviews managerial techniques, and provides sustainable solutions to integrate into virtual programs. Additionally, this paper provides virtual practices for faculty to change learning styles with managerial experiences.

  • Keywords: Learning Environment, Tools, Managerial Techniques, Virtual Learning


Agenda

AGENDA

Faculty and Managerial Practices

How do the practices affect online learners?

Tools and Styles

Provides Sustainable Solutions

Conclusion and Findings


Purpose and audience

Purpose and Audience

  • Purpose:To highlights current practices, reviews managerial techniques, and provides sustainable solutions to integrate into virtual programs

  • Audience: Faculty, Administration, Students, Virtual Learners, Adult Learners, Educators


Objectives

Objectives

Objectives: Provide audiences with guidance to enhance principles for:

  • Virtual Learning

  • Principles of future web-based Learning

  • Use of Managerial Skills in Environment


  • Tools and styles

    Tools and Styles

    Web Training

    Web Conferencing

    White Boards


    Transitions of skills online learners

    Transitions of SkillsOnline Learners

    Web Based

    Learning

    Adapted from Burton and Bessette, 2013


    Use of sustainable practices

    Use of Sustainable Practices

    Opens up strategic moves that give institutions initiative for change in their virtual programs.

    Create Situations where nee methods of change can assist to perform and create advanced for virtual learners.


    Conclusions and findings

    Conclusions and Findings


    References

    References

    • American Psychological Association. (2009). Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (6th ed.).

    • Washington, DC: Author.

    • American Society of training & Development. (2012, December). 2012 State of the Industry Report. Training & Development. (December), 42-48.

    • Birnbaum, R. (2000). Management Fads in Higher Education. (San Francisco: Jossey-Bass)

    • Burton, S.L., (2007). Quality Customer Service: Rekindling the Art of Service to Customers (1st ed.). USA: Lulu Publications.

    • Burrell, D.N., Anderson, M., Bessette, D., (2011) Viable Frameworks of Effective Organizational Planning and Sustainability Strategic Planning Approaches at U.S. Universities. International handbook of Academic Research and Teaching, Summer 2011, Vol. 16


    References1

    References

    • Knowles, M.S. (1984). The adult learner: A neglected species. Houston, TX: Gulf Publishing.

    • Lafifi, Y. & Touil, G. (2010). Study of the Impact of Collaboration Among Teachers in a Collaborative Authoring System. Journal of Information Technology Education: Innovations in Practice. 9, 11P-114.

    • Lytle, R. (2012, August 16). Hybrid learning may be more prevalent in academia and industry over the next decade. U. S. News and World Report, para 1.

    • McQuiggan, C. (2011). Preparing to teach online as transformative faculty development.

    • Retrieved from ProQuest Dissertation & Thesis (PQDT) database. UMI Number: 3471829

    • Merriam, S. B., Caffarella, R. S., & Baumgartner, L. M. (2006). Learning in adulthood:A comprehensive guide (3rd ed.). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

    • Roberson, D. N. (2002). Andragogy in Color (Report No EADU 9020). Paper presented at a meeting of the U. S. Department of Education, [place unknown].


    References2

    References

    • Singh, Mangalara, & Taneja. (2006). Bolstering teaching through online tools. Journal of Information Systems Education. (21)3, 299-312.

    • Wang, Y., & Haggerty, N. (2009). Knowledge transfer in virtual settings: the role of individual virtual competency. Information Systems Journal, 19(6), p. 571-593. DOI:10.1111/j.1365-2575.2008.00318.x.

    • Watson, G. H. (2007). Change management: How important is it for Six Sigma? ASQ Six Sigma ForumMagazine. (6)4, 39-40.


    Dustin bessette s background

    Dustin Bessette’s Background

    • Dustin currently serves as the Regional Water Safety Coordinator for the New York State Office of Parks Historic Preservation in the Taconic Region. Here, he led training for New York State’s lifeguarding staff through various process of employment, tested lifeguard's through controlled physical tests, conducted field visits, recorded aquatic reports, and assisted in hiring & coordinating employees in four different parks for five different swimming facilities.

    • Academically, Dustin is currently a doctoral student with the National Graduate School of Quality Systems Management earning a doctorate degree in business administration. He has earned two undergraduate degrees, one Associate of Sciences in Biology and Chemistry and a Bachelor of Science in Real Estate Studies. Further he has earned 30 credit hours towards a Sustainable MBA degree and is enrolled and in process of another graduate MBA degree.

    • He has presented at several conferences including, Intellectbase International Consortium (Nashville 2011, Atlanta 2011, and Las Vegas 2012), Eco Summit 2012 (Cleveland, OH), Association for Advancement Computing Information (AACE) (Montreal, QC), virtually presented at the 5th Annual International Conference on Education, Research, and Innovation (ICERI) (Madrid, Spain), and will soon present his accepted papers at the Society for Applied Learning Technologies (SALT) Conference (Orlando, FL) in March 2013, Florida Academy of Sciences (Miami, FL) in March 2013, and virtually at the 7th International Technology, Education, and Development (INTED) (Valencia, Spain) in March 2013.

    • Bessette has also published in peer reviewed journals for the Intellectbase International Consortium as well as reviewed graduate work for the Academy of Management.

    • Dustin lives in upstate New York in the Hudson valley Region just west of the Massachusetts Berkshires.


    Sharon l burton s background

    Sharon L. Burton’s Background

    • Burton is the Global Products & Services Systems Integration Group Training Manager in Baltimore, MD. Previously she led human capital, training, leadership, customer service, and diversity initiatives in consulting, and published two books, “Quality Customer Service: Rekindling the Art of Service to Customers,” and “Diversity: Just What Is It And Why Does It Keep Changing?” Sharon’s professional background includes standing up the Operations Training, and the Quality Assurance and Compliance departments for a major financial institution.

    • Burton holds two Masters of Business Administration degrees (Human Resources Management, and Management) from the American InterContinental University. She received a B.S. degree from Florida State University in Criminology where she concentrated and interned in forensics.

    • Academically, Burton is presently a doctoral student with the National Graduate School of Quality Management. Sharon holds two certifications, Human Capital Strategy and Kirkpatrick Four Levels Evaluation, as well as a certificate in training. Sharon will present at Society for Applied Learning Technologies Conference 2013, the topic, Delivering Affectively in Virtual Environments: ROI and Improved Productivity. She presented at several conferences, the Society for Applied Learning Technologies Conference 2011, Toastmasters International District 36 Spring Conference 2011, the National Association for Black Accountants Conference 2008, and the Delaware Youth Summit 2008.

    • Burton lives in Wilmington, Delaware. She has one daughter, Yoshino N. Woodard, who is a supply chain management specialist holding a M.Sc. in Industrial Engineering.  


    Contacts for questions about the presentation

    Contacts for Questions About the Presentation

    Dustin Bessette

    Doctoral Student

    National Graduate School of Quality Systems Management

    [email protected]

    [email protected]

    [email protected]

    518-965-0775 (Home Office)

    Sharon L. Burton

    Doctoral Student

    National Graduate School of Quality Systems Management

    [email protected]

    [email protected]

    302-661-1852 (Home Office)

    410-383-5947 (Work)


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