MCCVLC Update. July 2008. So what does this mean for us?. It means that we have been on the right track since the MCCA Board of Directors approved the Statewide Community College Services Task Force Recommendations in March 1996 and the MCCVLC project in July 1998.
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It means that we have been on the right track since the MCCA Board of Directors approved the Statewide Community College Services Task Force Recommendations in March 1996 and the
MCCVLC project in July 1998.
In 2010: Centralized – 46%/Decentralized – 25%/Mix – 29%
In 2008: Centralized – 48%/Decentralized – 22%/ Mix – 30%
In 2006: Centralized – 48%/Decentralized – 26%/ Mix – 26%
10. Struggles to obtain understanding, acceptance and support from campus leaders, who often lack direct experience with this method of teaching and learning (sometimes a generational disconnect).
9. Often leads the institution in dealing with issues of assessment, design, rigor, course quality and learning.
7. Offers approximately 160 online classes/class sections each semester.
2. Does not offer enough classes to meet student demand.
From the 2009 ITC Survey – Trends in eLearning: Tracking the Impact of eLearning at Community Colleges