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Proposal Summary: ED-08-13

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TitleMode of Delivery Changes for Higher Education Administration Courses
Submitting DeanDr. Cynthia Capers, Interim
Submitting CollegeEducation -- Roberta Reese x2114
Departments Generating the ProposalEd Foun & L
Objection DeadlineMay 08, 2008
Proposal StatusApproved for University review
Proposal Last UpdatedApril 24, 2008 by ED dean's ofc Roberta Reese
Effective DateSummer I 2008
Brief Summary of ProposalAdd web-enhanced, web-based, and on-line modes of delivery to higher education administration program courses.
Type of ProposalCourse changes only
Graduate School Endorsement StatusApproved
Graduate School Endorsement UpdatedNovember 26, 2007 by GS Heather Blake
Institutional Research StatusApproved
IR Status UpdatedNovember 14, 2007 by IR Eric Sponseller
Library StatusApproved
Library Status UpdatedOctober 29, 2007 by UL Steve Aby
Distance Learning Review Committee StatusApproved
DLRC CommentThe DLRC thanks you for the voluminous response to our request for additional information concerning proposal ED-08-13. Unfortunately, the manner in which the information was provided has raised further questions. These questions are set forth below. Your prompt attention to this matter will be appreciated. 1. The exemplar syllabi that were proffered for our consideration appear to be for traditional courses taught on campus. Have syllabi been prepared specifically for each course to be taught on-line? 2. Assuming that dedicated on-line syllabi have been prepared; please send copies for each course that you request to present on-line. 3. Many of the proffered syllabi contain course requirements that may only be conducted in a traditional face to face classroom. Please highlight the changes to these requirements in the updated, dedicated syllabi. 4. Assuming that other activities are to be substituted for the course requirements necessitating in-class meetings; what will be the substitutes for each class and how are these substitutes equivalent to the ones replaced? 5. Many of the proffered syllabi contain digital courtesy policies. Are these policies to be implemented in the on-line courses? Assuming that such policies are desired; what regulations will be imposed for the on-line courses? 6. The proposal indicates that the classes will remain stable at 20 -25 students. On what basis is this statement made?
DLRC Status UpdatedApril 18, 2008 by PR Rex Ramsier
General Education Advisory Committee StatusNot required
GEAC Status UpdatedOctober 29, 2007 by PR Rex Ramsier
Resource RequirementsNo additional resources
Resource Requirements UpdatedSeptember 28, 2007 by ED dean's ofc Roberta Reese


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