1 Columbia College has been invited to participate in a State-Wide Online Education Initiative Prepared by Melissa Colόn, DE Coordinator, Columbia College Updated 10/10/2014
2 OEI Concept To fund the expansion of the existing online education that the CA community colleges have done well since the 1990s. Source: Senate Rostrum - September year grant awarded to Foothill-DeAnza CCD/Butte-Glenn CCD. Funding in the 1 st year is $16.9 million, ongoing funding of $10 million per year for the remainder of the grant period. Source: Senate Rostrum - September 2014 Overall Focus is to provide: Focus on ADT (associate degree for transfer) courses Development of common course management system for use at little or no cost to participant colleges and built to specification Provide faculty professional development in online pedagogy Providing student support tools such as online tutoring The Chancellor's Office is providing assurances there will be no separate college planned or expected.
3 Initial Phase - High Demand, Associate Degree for Transfer - Spr 15 PSYREASWLAB 205B N/A ADMINJUST 110 N/A ANTHR 120 Anthr 2 MATHSTATS 110 Math 2 CHDEV 100 Child 1 PHIL 100 Phil 1 SOCIOREAS 120 Socio 8 PSYREAS 200 Psych15 SOCIO 110 Socio 1 POLS 110 Polsc 10 ECON 201 Econ 11 ECON 202 Econ 10 ENG101 Eng 1A PSY 110 Psych 1 CULTCOMM 150 Spcom 5 GEOG 120 Geogr 12 GEOL 100 w/lab is Esc5 HIST Hist 16 HIST Hist 17 Online Readiness Pilot 8 colleges Antelope Valley College, Cabrillo College, College of the Canyons, Monterey Peninsula College, West Los Angeles College, Rio Hondo College, MiraCosta College and Hartnell College. Spring 2015 Launch Full Launch Courses 8 colleges Butte College, Coastline Community College, Foothill College, Shasta College, Fresno City College, Lake Tahoe Community College, Mt. San Jacinto College and Ventura College. **Summer 2015 Launch** Online Tutoring Pilot 8 colleges Spring 2015 Launch There were 58 colleges that applied for the pilot, 24 were selected.
4 Initial Phase - High Demand, Associate Degree for Transfer - Spr 15 Where? Psych 1 *Shelley Frichtenkort Hist 16 *Curtis Martin Spc Com 5 *Kim Gyuran Eng 1A *Ann Smith What? An Online Tutoring Service/Vendor selected by the OEI will be embedded in the selected classes for the initial phase of the Tutoring pilot during spring Instructors are required to fill out an extensive application and if selected will go through a review process in order to offer the course in the spring 15 pilot. Who Benefits? S t u d e n t s Modesto JC Columbia College Additional benefits include being on the ground floor for assisting in expanding online student services for all students. Having access to other components being piloted in the OEI, such as online student success components. Applying the course design rubric to help set a standard across the state for exemplary online courses and DE programs. *All faculty chosen are experienced, trained, and have successfully offered these courses over several years.
5 Benefits of the Tutoring Pilot Inform the development of the resources, testing them and providing important data and feedback on their effectiveness. Participate in the ground floor for assisting in expanding online student services. Access to other components being piloted in the OEI, such as online student success components. Apply the course design rubric to help set a standard across the state for exemplary online courses and DE programs.
6 OEI Pilot Timeline for Spring Applications in by the 10/8 2. Notifications of selection to have course reviewed by 10/13 or 10/14. The selection is based on several factors, including breadth and diversity of offerings across pilot colleges and propensity to yield data. 3. Review of selected courses start 10/15-10/27 4. Instructor will be notified if course: o o OR Did Not Pass Passed Passed conditionally with work needed There may be an option to pull in the additional courses submitted if needed. Concurrently, DEAs moving through the Columbia College Curriculum Committee process. OEI checking and confirming CID approvals.
7 Online Offerings Across the State History Community Colleges 422 CSU 32 UC 6 Independent - 72 Psychology Community Colleges 268 CSU 84 UC 18 Independent Speech Communications Community Colleges 26 CSU 121 UC 9 Independent English Community Colleges 709 CSU 95 UC 101 Independent A sample of online offerings across the state from the CVC Catalog for the 4 proposed courses. CVC Catalog
8 Course Design Rubric The rubric is designed to inform the work of reviewers for courses being taught in connection with the California Community College Online Education Initiative. It is informed by the National Standards for Quality Online Courses by the International Association for K-12 Online Learning (inacol). October 3rd & 4th OEI Reviewer s Training 30 reviewers trained from 29 colleges across the state YCCD represented by Teresa Borden, Mike Smedshammer and Melissa Colon
9 The Course Design Rubric consists of 4 components: Course Design - Course Design addresses elements of instructional design. For the purpose of this program, course design includes such elements as structure of the course, learning objectives, organization of content, and instructional strategies. Interaction and Collaboration - Interaction and Collaboration can take many forms. These criteria place emphasis on the type and amount of interaction and collaboration within an online environment. Interaction denotes communication between and among learners and instructors, synchronously or asynchronously. Collaboration is a subset of interaction and refers specifically to those activities in which groups are working interdependently toward a shared result. This differs from group activities that can be completed by students working independently of one another and then combining the results, much as one would when assembling a jigsaw puzzle with parts of the puzzle worked out separately then assembled together. A learning community is defined here as the sense of belonging to a group, rather than each student perceiving himself/herself studying independently. Assessment - Assessment focuses on instructional activities designed to measure progress towards learning outcomes, provide feedback to students and instructor, and/or enable grade assignment. This section addresses the quality and type of student assessments within the course. Learner Support - Learner Support addresses the support resources made available to students taking the course. Such resources may be accessible within or external to the course environment. Specifically, learner support resources address a variety of student services.
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Course Design Rubric for the Online Education Initiative In order for a course to be offered as a part of the Online Education Initiative (OEI) course exchange, it must meet established standards relating
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