Published on September 27, 2007
Slide1: SUNY Learning Network Peter J. Shea Director SUNY Learning Network State University of New York 2001 Educause Award: 2001 Educause Award EDUCAUSE Award for Systemic Progress in Teaching and Learning This EDUCAUSE award program, initiated in 2000, recognizes innovation in the campus teaching and learning culture. It honors replicable, scalable, and transformational programs and practices that have helped move institutions toward enterprise-wide instructional systems. EDUCAUSE is an international, nonprofit association whose mission is to help shape and enable transformational change in higher education through the introduction, use, and management of information resources and technologies in teaching, learning, scholarship, research, and institutional management. 2001 Sloan-C Award for Excellence in ALN Faculty Development: 2001 Sloan-C Award for Excellence in ALN Faculty Development The purpose of this award is to recognize an institution that has developed and delivered an outstanding program for faculty professional development in the ALN teaching and learning. The ideal recipient of this award would be an institution-wide program that has had a positive impact on a significant number of faculty, leading to these faculty teaching large numbers of high-quality ALN courses, while maintaining a high degree of faculty satisfaction. Slide4: Introduction State University of New York The single largest public university in the nation 400,000 students 20,000 + faculty 64 Campuses 4 University Centers 5 Specialized Colleges 2 Health Science Centers 13 Arts & Sciences Colleges 5 Colleges of Technology 30 Community Colleges Slide5: Introduction Advanced Learning & Information Services Office of the Provost - System Administration Learning Environments SUNY Learning Network SUNY TLT Library Services SUNYConnect Technology Services Training and Development http://www.alis.suny.edu Slide6: Introduction SUNY is not creating a “Virtual University” Slide7: Introduction SUNY is “virtualizing” our existing university system Slide8: Introduction Faculty Development and Training Faculty Training Materials Ongoing Faculty Support Course Development Process Instructional Design & Support Team Technical Infrastructure (Servers/Telecommunications) Technical Support/7 x 24 Operational Support Policy Development Virtual Bookstore Marketing & Promotional Activities Research/Data Collection/Analysis Help Desk/7 days a week Central Inquiry Response Capacity Common Student Registration Process SUNY DL Web site Assisting Registrars Overview. . . SLN - Building a University System-Wide Online Program Slide9: Background Academic Authority Offer courses Grant Degree Select Faculty Academic Review Standard Student Services Enrollment Management Financial Aid Advisement Receive and Manage revenue Tuition, State Aid, Charge backs, etc Campus Responsibilities Slide10: Background Growth in campus participation Slide11: Background Growth in courses offered Slide12: Background Growth in enrollments Slide13: Background Growth in degree programs Slide14: Access Proximity to Campus Slide15: Access Reason Slide16: Student Satisfaction SLN Student Survey How satisfied were you with this online course? Slide17: Student Reported Learning SLN Student Survey Overall I learned a great deal in this online course Slide18: ? Any questions ? Any questions
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