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© 2006 NMLN 1 IDEAL – NM Innovative Digital Education and Learning in New Mexico Presented to: Requested Audiences Presented by: NM Learning Network Core.

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1 © 2006 NMLN 1 IDEAL – NM Innovative Digital Education and Learning in New Mexico Presented to: Requested Audiences Presented by: NM Learning Network Core Team Members: Susie Bussman (RETA), Veronica Chavez-Neuman (HED), Jim Holloway (PED), Brian Ormand (NMLN), Tom Ryan (CTE) It is anticipated that IDEAL-NM will have a major impact and within 5 years, all students graduating from a New Mexico high school will have experience with at least one on-line course Governor’s Press Release October 27, 2006

2 © 2006 NMLN 2 Benefits of eLearning in New Mexico Resources to learner VS. Learner to resources Reducing scheduling conflicts Builds 21 st skills for a knowledge-based economy Increase student access to highly-qualified teachers Offering courses not otherwise available / Special Groups (rural, high risk students, suspended students, ill students, AP, gifted, others) Growing student populations and limited space Reduce need for out-of-state solutions, builds capacity/skill in NM Providing new service to home/private school students More diverse student learning cohorts

3 © 2006 NMLN 3 HB2 & SB209 The legislature allocated $7.5 million to build the infrastructure for online learning in the State of New Mexico Higher EducationK12 Cyber AcademyState Agencies Common LMS/WebConf Improved eLearning portal Dual enrollment via online Alignment (HS HE) Collaborative Degrees K12 online courses Prof Dev and Training Statewide Collaboration Meeting rural needs 21 st Century Skills Agency online training CYFD (adjudicated youth) Dept of Corrections Dept of Health Workforce Development

4 © 2006 NMLN 4 IDEAL-NM Goal is to Improve eLearning in New Mexico by… Establishing a shared eLearning support system: Public Education Higher Education State Government Providing support for eLearning Statewide LMS and Web Conferencing Systems Statewide Support Center (help desk, technical support) Statewide Cyber Academy

5 © 2006 NMLN 5 Components of Statewide eLearning IDEAL-NM Prog Eval IV&V

6 © 2006 NMLN 6 IDEAL-NM Project Governance

7 © 2006 NMLN 7

8 8 Online Learning Models Synchronous Class Teacher and learners meet at the same time and delivery is live. Asynchronous Class Independent of time: Teacher and learners can access the class at any time and as many times as desired. There is no “live” component therefore, any time, any place, any pace classes. Blended Class Using both synchronous and asynchronous components to teaching and learning. forpd.ucf.edu/newsletter/FLN html Downloaded July 1, 2007

9 © 2006 NMLN 9 Learning Management System Asynchronous eLearning Tool

10 © 2006 NMLN 10 Live Web Conferencing Synchronous eLearning Tool

11 © 2006 NMLN 11 IDEAL-NM Execution Tasks Issue RFPs for acquisition of statewide LMS Web Conferencing software solution Establish contracts with LMS Web Conferencing software vendors Procure hardware to support Data Center implementation of LMS and Web Conferencing software solution Implement Data Center with LMS and Web Conferencing software Develop training plans and training materials Train Teachers to teach online courses, and tech support personnel Establish contract with vendor to purchase online courses Develop high school level NM History and Algebra Execute teaching of NM and Vendor course pilots – Spring 08 Execute teaching all sections of NM History and Algebra in Fall 08 Interview and hire helpdesk staff Procure helpdesk software and establish statewide helpdesk services before Spring ‘08 courses begin

12 © 2006 NMLN 12 IDEAL-NM Project Timeline

13 © 2006 NMLN 13

14 © 2006 NMLN 14 Sample Data Center Server Configuration

15 © 2006 NMLN 15 Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Utilize existing Data Centers with current BC/DR plans Large University/College Data Centers Vendor Data Centers Advantages include established expertise in… Security functions in place (e.g. FERPA, ID Mgt.) Business Continuity Plan in place Disaster Recovery Plan in place History of operating large-scale LMS & Web Conferencing applications (some for multiple institutions)


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