Quality and Economic Foundations for Successful Online Graduate Programs, Council of Graduate Schools, December 2011-- Charles McClintock, Fielding Graduate University, David Wittrock, University of North Dakota, Deirdre Mageean, East Carolina University
Distance delivery methods have proven effective in providing quality academic graduate programs to place-bound and other nontraditional students. These delivery modes have provided new challenges for universities in areas of faculty development, orienting students and assessing their learning, and economic
aspects of developing online programs. This workshop will examine these key challenges and related issues associated with distance delivery of high quality graduate programs in these areas.