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1 eCornell Overview Deck

2 What is eCornell? Online e-Learning courses from Cornell University’s Johnson Graduate School of Management Instructor-Led, Interactive Cohort Structure (classmates) Asynchronous 6-12 hour time commitment over two week period 20+ courses in the areas of leadership development & management essentials

3 Why eCornell? Connected: “High-Touch” Learning Experience Online instructors provide structure and support Collaborative interaction with instructor and peers Powerful: Relevant, High-Quality Content Authored by Cornell University faculty Innovative application of problem-based learning approach Interactive multimedia resources and activities Convenient: Structured Flexibility Defined start and end dates, required assignments & discussions provide structure Flexibility to work at your own pace

4 eCornell Course Overview: Collaborative Learning Course Overcoming Barriers to Successful Mgmt Course Length 2 weeks Student Learning Time 6-10 hours Student-Instructor Interaction 2 weeks Total Access to Course 8 weeks Completion Requirements Required Discussions Required Interactive Assignments Exit Survey Completion Deadline Start to End, 2 Week Timeframe Student:Instructor Ratio 30 Students: 1 Teacher (Maximum Class Size) Collaborative Learning Instructor & Peer Interaction - Blended Learning

5 Participant Requirements While these are online courses, each student will belong to a class, or cohort. This means that you complete assignments with the class, have open discussions, interact with the instructor, and even have office hours with the instructor. The classes are done in an asynchronous format which means students do not have to be on the computer at a specific time. There is LOTS of reading and LOTS of homework. An average class takes 6-10 hours to complete. You can expect that the instructor will RETURN your homework and ask you to redo parts of it. The class takes place over a specific time period (two weeks) and you must complete your homework during that time. It's also mandatory that you participate in the group discussions and fill out a profile on yourself so you can interact with your fellow students.

6 MonTueWedThuFriSatSunMonTueWedThuFriSatSunMonTueWedThu Week 1Week 2 Course Begins Instruction Ends Enrollment Ends Instructor Reminder s Milestone Reminder s Instructor Wrap-up s Instructor Reminder s Access Ends in 4 weeks INSTRUCTOR Discussion Topic 1 Discussion Topic 2 (required) Discussion Topic 3 Discussion Topic 4 (required) Discussion Topic 5 (required) Announcements Discussion Topic Open Forum Discussion Topic Instructor Welcome s STUDENT CLIENT SERVICES Client services welcome s and web orientations Course Format and Flow *See Notes Section of this slide for more detail

7 Post Registration: What to Expect Reminder sent from eCornell that course is opening (2 days prior to course start) xxxxx A welcome from Instructor sent (1 day prior) with expectations, pre-flight computer check up, link to eCornell01 section “How to be a Successful Online Student” xxxxx “Course is Now Open” (1 st day) Gentle Nudge from Instructor “Chime in” or “Come to Discussion Board” “First Week is Now Over” “Course Ends” xxxxx Letter of Completion from Cornell University Certifying Completion of Course xxxxx Access to course for an additional 6 weeks

8 To offer this program, we must abide by usage guidelines Conservation International has access to 200 free seats/year for eCornell courses provided that: 80% of the courses are taken by employees who live in developing countries (US & Australia employees only eligible for 40 of 200 seats) 80% completion rates for all courses must be maintained or we will lose the privilege of offering these free of charge

9 Sample Courses from the Catalog The Coaching Mindset for Engaging and Developing Others Strategic Thinking Tactics and Skills for Negotiating Sustaining Momentum: Motivating Through Vision, Culture, and Political Agility Executive Decision Making Leading Through Creativity Overcoming Challenges to Leaders and Their Teams Understanding Team Dynamics Facilitating Group Decisions Project Teams: Mining Collective Intelligence Leading People to Higher Performance Dealing With Difference Influence Without Authority Conflict Resolution

10 eCornell Course Example

11 See a demo of an eCornell course! For questions or to enroll, contact Catriona Moriarty, Organizational Effectiveness Next Steps:

12 Appendix: eCornell Overview Slide


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