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Education Master Plan Goal 7 Taskforce. Broward Community College March 2, 2006. A Context for Flexible Learning @ BCC. Enrollment projections show growth that can’t easily be accommodated given current scheduling and facility availability.

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education master plan goal 7 taskforce

Education Master Plan Goal 7 Taskforce

Broward Community College

March 2, 2006

a context for flexible learning @ bcc
A Context for Flexible Learning @ BCC
  • Enrollment projections show growth that can’t easily be accommodated given current scheduling and facility availability.
  • Students increasingly will expect flexible and convenient learning alternatives.
    • E-learning sections fill first.
  • Competitors are nimble in this area and, in key cases, far ahead:
    • U of Phoenix, Kaplan, Devry, Keiser, Saint Leo
  • E-learning techniques are transportable to all parts of the curricula.
goal 7 course delivery from emp web site
Goal 7—Course Delivery(from EMP web site)
  • Strategy 1a: Develop a comprehensive strategic e-learning plan to select, develop and deliver e-learning programs, degrees.
    • data-driven
    • credit and non-credit options
    • Significant impact (enrollments, facilities)
  • Strategy 1b: Transform e-learning course design & development process
    • Reusable learning objects approach
    • Pre-assessment; instruction; post-assessment; remediation
    • Master Courses
  • Strategy 2: Professional development
    • Learning competencies
    • Unbundling of content into learning objects tied to competencies
    • Re-use of learning objects in a variety of contexts
strategic e learning plan
Strategic E-learning Plan
  • 3 year plan drafted by 7/1/06
    • To be created by special task force
      • Academic Deans; ITPC; Academic & Student support services
    • To strategically positions e-learning as critically important to BCC
    • Task Force to draft plan elements
      • Select certificates & degrees
      • De-bundle and create new courses
      • Prepare for SACS substantive change
      • Assess impact on existing processes and policies
suggested strategies
Suggested Strategies
  • Select high priority programs/certificates for eLearning delivery
  • De-bundle high priority courses identified in #1 into learning objects and re-combine into Master Courses
  • Re-engineer course development process for new courses.
  • SACS quality assurance processes
  • E-learning’s impact on procedures, policies, and contracts
strategy 1
Strategy #1

Select high priority programs/certificates for eLearning delivery (handout)

course development strategies
Course Development Strategies
  • Strategy 2: De-bundle high priority courses identified in #1 into learning objects and re-combine into Master Courses
  • Strategy 3: Re-engineer course development process for new courses. (demo)
strategy 4 best practices for electronically offered degree and certificate programs

Strategy 4:Best Practices for Electronically Offered Degree and Certificate Programs

Southern Association of Colleges and Schools

institutional context and commitment
Institutional Context and Commitment
  • What are the institution’s policies concerning the establishment, organization, funding and management of electronically-offered programs?
  • Do they reflect ongoing commitment to such programs?
strategy 5
Strategy #5

E-learning’s impact on procedures, policies, and contracts