Academic and Student Affairs
Wednesday, March 23, 2011, between 2:30 and 5:00 PM
- Ann Duncan
- Gallop Franklin
- Patricia Frost
- J. Stanley Marshall
- Frank Martin
- Eric Smith
- Gus Stavros
- Rick Yost
Governor Ann Duncan
- The workshop is intended to provide an interactive opportunity for Board members and university trustees to learn about many facets of e-learning and its implementation across the SUS.
- The workshop will conclude with a dialogue about policy issues and a discussion of next steps at the Board of Governors and Trustee levels.
A Common Understanding
What is the current status of the State University System (SUS) within the rapidly changing higher education environment?
Mr. Richard Stevens, Board Staff
- Presentation – pdf [572.88 KB]
What is the Florida Distance Learning Consortium (FDLC) and how does it assist the SUS?
Dr. John Opper, Executive Director, FDLC
- Presentation – pdf [827.75 KB]
A National and International Perspective
Dr. Bruce Chaloux, Executive Director, SREB Electronic Campus and President Sloan-C
- Presentation – pdf [787.49 KB]
What are other states doing to address emerging opportunities in E-Learning?
What are the elements of success and failure?
Examples of Best Practices
How do institutions balance quality, student and faculty success, engagement, and satisfaction?
Dr. Joel Hartman, Vice Provost and CIO, UCF
- Presentation – pdf [1.72 MB]
What are the elements of a cost-effective program that ensures accreditation, library resources, business services, and academic support?
Dr. Pam Northrup, Dean, College of Professional Studies, UWF
- Presentation – pdf [1.83 MB]
State Challenges, Opportunities, and Potential Public Policies
What, if any, policies are needed to ensure quality, capacity, opportunity, and competition?
What, if any, strategic goals should be set for the State University System related to E-Learning?
Complete Packet of Agenda Materials for Printing (formatted for 2-sided printing)
- Committee packet – pdf [116.06 KB]