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1 Customization at Scale roles of technology in realizing the mission of the CSU Ken O’Donnell Office of the Chancellor California State University

2 Customization at Scale within courses across courses for students roles of technology in realizing the mission of the CSU

3 Fall Enrollments in U.S. Degree-granting Institutions source: National Center for Education Statistics , , ,659, ,569, ,791,224 today 20 million+ 1910s credit hour

4 whom we teach 1970 top 26% 2009 top 41% enrollment rates of 18- to 24-year-olds in degree-granting institutions enrollment by Hispanics, African-Americans, and Asians: enrollment by students eligible for financial aid: 15%19% % 30% % % Source: National Center for Education Statistics

5 Jobs have become more intellectually demanding. almost everything portion of U.S. jobs requiring at least a two-year degree % % Source: Georgetown Center on Education and the Workforce “Organizations are looking for employees to use a broader set of skills and have higher levels of learning and knowledge than in the past.” 89% rising expectations of employers Source: Raising the Bar, Hart Research Associates % “Organizations are looking for employees to use a broader set of skills and have higher levels of learning and knowledge than in the past.” coordination complexity “Organizations are looking for employees to use a broader set of skills and have higher levels of learning and knowledge than in the past.”

6 almost everything wage premium for skilled labor % 49% 59% 48% 66% 78% 81%

7 almost everything wage premium for skilled labor Claudia Goldin Lawrence Katz Harvard University relative change in supply and demand since % average annual growth 1.5% average annual growth 81% 89% demand 81%

8 46% 40% 23% 14% Six-year graduation rates for full-time first- time freshmen Six-year transfer rates among degree seekers all students students of color Source: Education Trust, cited in the CSU Graduation Initiative Source: Institute for Higher Education Leadership and Policy, cited in the CCC Student Success Task Force

9 within courses across courses for students within courses across courses for students Customization at Scale

10 within courses

11 across courses for students within courses across courses for students

12 CSU Chancellor’s General Education Advisory Group revision of Executive Order on GE Breadth Article 1 Applicability Article 2 Pathways to Meet Requirements Article 3 Premises Article 4 Distribution of Units Article 5 Transfer and Articulation Article 6 Implementation and Governance Article 1 Applicability Article 2 Pathways to Meet Requirements Article 3 Premises Article 4 Distribution of Units Article 5 Transfer and Articulation Article 6 Implementation and Governance LEAP Essential Learning Outcomes across courses

13 CSU GE Breadth certification

14 oral communication written communication quantitative reasoning critical thinking lifelong learning physical science life science science laboratory arts or humanities social science social science social science cohort-based learning community peer mentoring off-campus learning

15 across courses outcomes orientation for the LEAP ELOs requires multiple takes on proficiency, like a Genius list SBCC model, AAC&U GEMs project, DQP, Interstate Passport DQP

16 within courses across courses for students within courses across courses for students

17 completed remediation

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19 completed freshman composition

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22 diffusionoflight.wordpress.com calstate.edu/engage


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