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HLC - Peer Reviewer Training #2 - Shared screen with speaker view
Marie Morris (Anderson U. in IN)
23:47
Marie Morris, Anderson University (IN)
Walter Pearson
23:47
Walter Pearson, Loyola University Chicago, retired from my role running the online degree completion programs.
Dr. Toycee Hague-Palmer
23:47
Good Afternoon All! Toycee Hague-Palmer, Director of Student Support Services, University of Toledo, Toledo, OH
Jason Best
24:03
Hello all. Jason Best, Assistant Provost for Distance Education and Strategic Research Initiatives, Shepherd University (WV)
Ivan Lopez
26:58
Ivan Lopez, Provost and VPAA at Northern New Mexico College
Connie Johnson
27:04
Greetings! Connie Johnson, Provost, Colorado Tech.
Patrick Schmidt
27:11
Hi, I'm Patrick, professor of political science at Macalester College.
(OLC) Kaitlin Garrett
27:12
Collaborative worksheet link: https://bit.ly/3bkU8hj
KHANH
27:14
I am Haroon Khan from Little Rock, Arkansas
sdeprow@astate.edu
27:16
Good morning from Arkansas State University. I hope everyone is well and warm. We are snowed in with 8 inches of snow, which is really unusual for us. Glad to be here.
Judeen Schulte (she/her)
27:16
Judeen Schulte, Alverno College, Professor of Nursing
Colleen Sexton
27:19
HI Everyone - Colleen Sexton - Associate Provost and ALO from Governors State University located just south of Chicago.
Eric Grospitch
27:20
Eric Grospitch, VP Student Life at Washburn University (Topeka, KS)
kwasi kena
27:22
I am Kwasi Kena, Associate Professor at Wesley Seminary--Indiana Wesleyan University.
Daniel Maher
27:28
Dan Maher, University of Arkansas Fort Smith. Assessment Committee member and HLC Peer Reviewer.
Doug Binsfeld
27:31
Doug Binsfeld VPASA at Upper Iowa University
Laura Ortiz
27:32
Happy Fat Tuesday, Everyone :)! I'm Laura Ortiz, Dean for Faculty Development and Engagement, Waubonsee Community College, Sugar Grove, IL.
Kenneth Moore
27:37
Ken Moore, Professor of Agronomy, Iowa State University, Peer Evaluator
Hitesh Kathuria - Indiana University
27:45
Hitesh Kathuria, AVP, Indiana University
Lance Lewis
27:49
Good afternoon, Lance Lewis, Director of International Operations and Compliance, Northwood University
Peggy Bloom
27:52
Margaret Bloom, Professor Emeritus, Marquette University Peer Team Leader
Anthony Breitbach
27:55
Hello from snowy St. Louis
Andrew Scott
27:57
Hello! Andrew Scott, Faculty Chair, Assistant Professor of Finance, Saint Mary's University of Minnesota.
Lynn Akey
28:00
Hello, Lynn Akey, VP for Student Success, Analytics and Integrated Planning, Minnesota State University, Mankato
Deborah Zelechowski
28:01
Deborah Zelechowski -- Now retired. Live in Chicago and last institution was DeVry University. Interested in this topic and keeping current.
Anthony Breitbach
28:09
Tony Breitbach - Saint Louis University
Shirley Mixon
28:09
Shirley Mixon, Interdisciplinary Studies, East Central University, Ada, OK and Peer Reviewer.
Andreia Nebel
28:22
Hello everyone. Andreia Nebel, VPAA of Clarkson College, Omaha, NE
Jamal Adam
28:22
Jamal Adam, peer reviewer, Minnesota.
Marc Pasteris
28:22
Marc Pasteris, Ashland University, VP and CFO
Bruce Petrie
28:24
Hello everyone - Bruce Petrie from Peak Higher Education Accreditation Consulting.
Lisa Weis
28:25
Lisa Weis, Dean, Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology
johnesa Hodge
28:27
Greetings. Johnesa Hodge, Vice Chancellor, Institutional Effectiveness and Research at Wayne County Community College District
Karen Chaney
28:45
Karen Chaney, Dean of Faculty, Olivet College, Olivet, Michigan. Good afternoon.
Greg Carlson
28:51
Good Afternoon. Greg Carlson, Institutional Researcher - Special Projects with the North Dakota University System and a Peer Reviewer
Hal Morgan
28:56
Hello! Hal Morgan - Sr. Director, Accreditation and Online Education at University of Phoenix.
Sharon McCaslin
28:57
Sharon McCaslin, peer reviewer, University Librarian, Fontbonne University, St. Louis MO
Lauren Schellenberger
29:36
Lauren Schellenberger, VPAA, Culver-Stockton College, Canton, MO
Linda Samson
30:12
Hi I am Linda Samson a long time HLC Peer Reviewer and Team Chair and a Professor of Nursing and Health Administration, Former VP for Grants and Grad Programs and Dean of the College of Health and Human Services. I also teach online and am working with Quality Matters
Daniel Phelan
30:57
Good Day Everyone from sunny, snow-covered Michigan. I’m Dan Phelan, a peer-reviewer and President at Jackson College.
Staci Provezis
30:57
Hello all. I'm Staci Provezis, Associate Provost of Academic Effectiveness, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
Sadya Khan
31:00
Sadya Khan, Director of IR and Planning at Moraine Valley Community College
Jennifer Johnson
31:38
Hi!! Jennifer Johnson at Metropolitan Community College Kansas City. I am math faculty and coordinator as well as the faculty training and quality assurance coordinator for our online campus.
(OLC) Kaitlin Garrett
32:49
Collaborative worksheet link: https://bit.ly/3bkU8hj
Lisa Bradley
32:56
Lisa Bradley HLC Peer Reviewer and Director of Master of Science in Health Informatics at The University of Findlay.
Elizabeth Owolabi
33:01
I am Elizabeth Owolabi from Concordia University Chicago. I am the Director of Institutional Research and Professor of Research. I have been a peer reviewer for about seven years.
Amanda Evert
33:52
Hello, Amanda Evert from Southwestern Oklahoma State University. I am the Endowed Chair of Marketing. I became a peer reviewer in Oct. 2012.
Mark
34:58
What that survey before or after COVID?
Pamela Fly
41:13
eCampus
Summer DeProw
41:16
A-State Online Services
Judeen Schulte (she/her)
41:17
Tech Services
Kim Black, UNC
41:20
Extended Campus at University of Northern Colorado
Corliss Hassler
41:22
Canvas
Sadya Khan
41:22
Center for Teaching and Learning
Anthony Breitbach
41:23
School for Professional Studies
Robyn Schiffman (she her hers)
41:24
Division of Learning Resources
Jennifer McClure
41:24
Distance Learning
Linda Lujan
41:27
Our system has an online unit - CCCOnline
Stephanie Erdmann
41:27
Distance Education
2-Joann Fredrickson
41:28
Online Learning Center
Dr. Janet C. Perry
41:29
Center for Learning and Teaching
Martin Springborg
41:29
Center for Teaching and Learning
Laura Ortiz
41:30
Faculty Development and Engagement / Online Learning and Flexible Delivery
Roy C Barnes
41:31
Office of Digital and Extended Learning
Angela Durante
41:33
Saint Xavier University has the Center for Instructional Design and Academic Technology
Elizabeth Owolabi
41:34
Yes we have IDT department that works across departments throughout the university
Amanda Evert
41:34
Center for Teaching and Learning.
Walter Pearson
41:35
School of Continuing and Professional Studies
Lance Lewis
41:35
Center for Teaching Excellence
Mark
41:35
Distance Learning
Staci Provezis
41:35
Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning
C Smith Staley
41:35
Tech Services
Frank Ponce
41:36
Indiana Wesleyan; National and Global Campus; College of Adult and Professional Studies
Marc Pasteris
41:36
College of Online and Adult Studies
Andy Morgan, Ph.D. (he/him/his)
41:36
Distance Education
astein
41:37
TeLS Teaching and Elearning Service
Colleen Sexton
41:38
Center for Active Engagement and SCholarship
Katherine Draughon
41:38
Online Learning (University of Southern Indiana)
Lynn Merklin
41:40
Center for Distance Learning & Instructional Technology
Hal Morgan
41:42
University of Phoenix....is an online university.
Kenneth Moore
41:50
xxxx online
Michael Brose
41:58
IU Online
Marie Morris (Anderson U. in IN)
42:07
Instructional Resource Center
Elizabeth Owolabi
42:12
Concordia University Chicago has IDT across the entire campus to provide support and train faculty
Mamie Thorns
42:18
Director
Marilyn Holmgren
42:24
NAU Online
Frank Ponce
42:26
Vice President of Academic Affairs
Katherine Draughon
42:27
Executive Director
Sadya Khan
42:31
Dean
Martin Springborg
42:31
Director of Teaching and Learning
C Smith Staley
42:31
Director
Ellen Walker
42:34
Associate Dean
Corliss Hassler
42:38
Director of Distance Learning
Laura Ortiz
42:39
Assistant Dean of Online Learning and Flexible Delivery
Hitesh Kathuria - Indiana University
42:41
Assistant Vice President
Jennifer McClure
42:42
Associate Dean
Hal Morgan
42:43
Sr. Director
Summer DeProw
42:44
Vice Chancellor for Global Initiatives
Barbara Barta
42:46
Associate Dean
Lynn Merklin
42:52
Associate Dean, Online Higher Education
Jennifer McClure
42:54
Centrally supported
Heather Kincaid
42:57
Director of Distance Learning
Lance Lewis
43:11
centrally supported
Marie Morris (Anderson U. in IN)
43:17
centrally supported
Mamie Thorns
43:22
Centrally Supported
2-Joann Fredrickson
43:27
tuition supported
Karen Pedersen
48:33
Thanks for your notes in the chat about the unit names, titles of the online learning leader at your institution as well as the funding models. Through your comments we can see a great amount of variability.
(OLC) Kaitlin Garrett
50:48
Case Study 1: https://tinyurl.com/16c86azeCase Study 2: https://tinyurl.com/v6xnfmqjCase Study 3: https://tinyurl.com/yb2h5qhaCase Study 4: https://tinyurl.com/7xe8qhnhCase Study 5: https://tinyurl.com/11h6wj5y
Frank Ponce
01:04:46
We might project a break out timeline and appoint a “timer” to be sure we distribute time across prompts.
Nicole Weber
01:21:34
You can read more about the Online Learning Consortium's (OLC's) Quality Scorecards here: https://onlinelearningconsortium.org/consult/olc-quality-scorecard-suite/
Linda Lujan
01:23:20
I'm always concerned we each impose our own online biases/experiences and don't always adapt to the context of the institution we're reviewing. Can you address, please?
Linda Lujan
01:23:58
In other words, I've been on teams that are tougher on distance learning modalities than F2F
(OLC) Kaitlin Garrett
01:24:36
Great question, Linda. We'll ask Marius and Karen to address that during the upcoming Q&A.
(OLC) Kaitlin Garrett
01:24:56
Please feel free to pop in any additional questions you might have for Marius and Karen when we get to the Q&A!
Terese Burch
01:25:08
I wonder if our bias have softened as we were all thrown into Online per the Pandemic
Lynn Merklin
01:26:46
Of course, A problem of being "thrown into Online" is that the emergency measures taken may not meet the expectations of the pre-planned online programs/courses
(OLC) Kaitlin Garrett
01:26:58
@Mamie - yes! I will post a link to the slides within the collaborative notes doc after the session has ended.
Judeen Schulte (she/her)
01:27:19
It would be helpful to have the points of commonality put on a slide as another reference
Dr. Jennifer McClure - Elgin CC
01:28:46
Can this document be posted on the web under Peer Review Resources?
Marius Boboc
01:30:47
I will do that, Judeen, thank you for the suggestion.
johnesa Hodge
01:32:08
may someone send the collaborative documents sent earlier?
(OLC) Kaitlin Garrett
01:32:17
Collaborative worksheet link: https://bit.ly/3bkU8hj
Judeen Schulte (she/her)
01:33:09
You're welcome/
Doug Binsfeld
01:33:14
Could you email the faculty playbook to us? It looks like it could serve as a useful resource!
Karen Solomon
01:33:46
The link to the Faculty Playbook is posted on the collaborate worksheet.
Summer DeProw
01:39:10
This has been great. Thank you for organizing this session, HLC.
(OLC) Kaitlin Garrett
01:39:36
Please feel free to add any questions you might have for Karen and Marius to the chat.
Judeen Schulte (she/her)
01:39:47
I really appreciated the approach and I think you achieved your goals. The case studies were neat in the way they built on each other. Thank you.
KHANH
01:40:13
Thanks
2-Joann Fredrickson
01:40:26
I found this approach to be very effective. Thank you!
Deb Balogh
01:40:35
thanks HLC and prsenters
Hal Morgan
01:40:39
Thank you!
johnesa Hodge
01:40:58
thanks to everyone
Deborah Zelechowski
01:41:06
Thank you so much for this thoughtful approach.
Walter Pearson
01:41:30
How do we address the marketing for online programs: messages and mediums?
Lynn Merklin
01:42:21
Thank you for this timely session.
Marilyn Holmgren
01:42:50
Very well done, thank you!
Mark York
01:42:54
My institution is fully online. As a peer reviewer it helps me to understand that online is new to institutions I may visit. However, there are benchmarks of quality in online learning. How much grace can be given to institutions that are new to distance learning when applying the criteria?
johnesa Hodge
01:43:06
based on past reviews, what are ares or foundations where colleges need development
Shirley Mixon
01:43:32
This was a great session and I am so glad that I was able to attend. Thank you HLC!
Claudia Petrescu
01:44:08
Thank you to the presenters, Karen and Marius, and to all the participants for sharing your knowledge and experience! I learned a lot from this session. Thank you to HLC for organizing it!
Marius Boboc
01:45:02
Thank you all. it was great to work with you today!
Linda Hagan
01:45:15
It seems that our incoming students will be more versed in online education more so than college faculty given that high schools have gone to remote learning because of the pandemic, college classes will no longer be so different -- so I found the "community of inquiry" a valuable slide.
Ellen Walker
01:45:24
Thanks all for a very helpful session.
Linda Lujan
01:45:26
This was a really good session and I loved the interaction and engagement. Well done!
Chandra D Arthur
01:45:55
Very informative!
Greg Carlson
01:46:04
Thank you for a very helpful and informative session!
Judeen Schulte (she/her)
01:46:13
Thanks so much for the Playbook... it will be a long-term resource.
Mark York
01:46:56
Many colleges are challenged with the regular and substantive requirement. I was reviewing one institution at which students boasted they could complete online course requirements in a single week. That posed a credit hour question.
Terese Burch
01:47:32
Yes I think the student body exposure will influence outcomes, Better in the future. It is a growth
Angeles Eames
01:47:45
Is there any guidance regarding student faculty ratios for online learning vs. face-to-face?
Mark York
01:48:01
Another consistent challenge that I see is faculty participation in the virtual classroom. Many are content to post videos they've prerecorded, but do not engage in interaction with students.
Karen Chaney
01:48:06
Hi Mark. Very good point. I would ask the HLC representatives if the "regular and substantive" criteria evolving over time?
Linda Hagan
01:48:09
Yes, please address the credit hour question
astein
01:48:33
Thank you for the invitation and this seminar. Helpful insight from different perspectives.
2-Joann Fredrickson
01:50:35
Can you address how institutions should be addressing academic integrity in terms of assessing student learning, etc.?
Hal Morgan
01:50:43
Good point. In the event that online is opening opportunities for non-traditional students (working adults), expanding access to student services is essential. For example, a working adult student doesn't start his/her homework until 9p or 10p. Will tech hotline be open?
Frank Ponce
01:51:58
The more students in the online class, the less one-to-one instructor engagement. The student experience becomes compromised when access to the instructor feels limited.
Ellen Walker
01:52:28
I would like to second the question about academic integrity. Especially in light of the privacy concerns with regard to online testing services.
Charlene Widener
01:54:40
Great session! Very helpful information.
Summer DeProw
01:55:01
Please have part 2 soon!
Staci Provezis
01:55:02
Thanks!
Martin Springborg
01:55:03
Thank you!
Connie Johnson
01:55:04
Great session!
Chelsea Martinez
01:55:08
Thank you!
Hitesh Kathuria - Indiana University
01:55:08
Thank you. It was a very useful session.
Steve Simpson (he, his, him)
01:55:08
Thanks everyone- this was great!!!!!!!!
Mark
01:55:09
Thank you.
Lakeland University
01:55:13
Thank you!
Colleen Sexton
01:55:13
thank you
Karen Chaney
01:55:14
Thank you
Shirley Rose
01:55:15
Thank for a very helpful session
johnesa Hodge
01:55:17
very helpful. thznks
C Smith Staley
01:55:17
Thank you!
Roy C Barnes
01:55:19
thanks to all