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  1. Summer Enrollment in Distance and Distributed Learning CoursesSummer Session Planning CommitteeSeptember 16, 2005 Dr. Tom Wilkinson, DirectorThe Institute for Distance and Distributed LearningVirginia Tech

  2. IDDL eLearning Overview

  3. A Holistic Approach to eLearning • … the whole of the experience is greater than the sum of its parts Academic Student & Faculty Administrative Academic Support

  4. Over 72,000 credit and non-credit eLearning enrollments since Su98. 2,188 eLearning course offerings since Su98. Nearly 600 different eLearning courses offered in past 6 years 21 master degrees/certificate/ re-certification/licensure programs 85% of academic departments participating eLearning @ Virginia Tech…. excellence and access Growth in eLearning course offerings

  5. eLearning at Virginia Tech …1998-2004 • 89% increase ineLearning enrollments • 37% increase in academic departmentsinvolvement • 20% of eLearning facultyare honored faculty • 151% increase in eLearning courses • 120% increasein degree & certificate programs • 100% increase in high enrollment online courses • 34% increasein centers & sites served • 95% of barriers eliminated or significantly reduced • Nearly $2 million in IDDL Enterprise Fund eligible revenue • Award winning programs & the Chronicle article

  6. A Holistic Model of eLearning … the whole of the experience is greater than the sum of its parts Stakeholders Stakeholders Academic

  7. Scalability… Cost Model Comparison(Technology Costing Methodology – WCET) High Classroom $ Mediated Student-Related costs Course-Related Costs High Low Number of Students

  8. Identifying a Niche … finding your spot in the eLearning marketplace • Market Analysis • Adults aged 18 – 50 • Possess some college • 4 states in eastern U.S.A. • Important Factors for Individuals Interest in Taking Online Courses • 98% - transferability • 97% - online access to library • 96% - interaction with instructor • 94% - reputation of the institution • 94% - technical support offered • 93% - cost • 93% - allowed to work at own pace

  9. Summer eLearning

  10. Summer eLearning at Virginia Tech • IDDL has Offered Online Summer School since 1998 • Dedicated marketing effort • On campus (dining halls, fliers, etc)) • Newspapers (including Collegiate Times & others) • New student resource fair (parents) • Focus on throughput to graduation in four years • Focus on recertification • VTOnline • Targeted courses • High demand courses • High enrollment course

  11. VTOnline… single point of entry and support • Orientation to eLearning • Complete University eLearning course catalog • VT eLearning program information • Enrollment services • Support Services • Resources (library, online wellness resources center, software, etc.) • FAQs • Help

  12. Growth in Online Summer School….offer it, and they will come Summer School eLearning Course Offerings Summer School eLearning Enrollments Note: Includes Online and IVC courses

  13. Summer Enrollment

  14. Summer Enrollment

  15. Summer Enrollment

  16. eLearning Quality

  17. Holistic Approach to eLearning QualityThe whole of the experience is greater than the sum of its parts Stakeholders Stakeholders Academic Institute for Distance and Distributed Learning

  18. eLearning Quality Matrix Key Quality Indicator Documentation • KQI Source • Quality Metric • Process/Practice • Documentation • Assessment Schedule • Score Card

  19. The KQIs….Key Quality Indicators Distance and Distributed Learning at Virginia Tech Key Quality Indicators

  20. Example

  21. Example (continued)

  22. For more information please contact: Dr. Tom Wilkinson – Director, Institute for Distance and Distributed Learning Virginia Tech tom.wilkinson@vt.edu www.iddl.vt.edu www.vto.vt.edu