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1 THE JOINT COMMITTEE ON ONLINE AND DISTANCE LEARNING Report to the Faculty Senate May 9, 2013

2 Students taking at least one online course increased by over 570,000 to a new total of 6.7 million. The proportion of all students taking at least one online course is at an all time high of 32%. NATIONAL DATA 2012 REPORT

3 Growth of Online - Nationally NO ONLINE

4 Changing National Demographics Source: Eduventures, Inc.

5 URI Online Enrollment Trends Enrollment increased 75% from Fall ‘10 to Spring ‘13

6 URI Online Undergraduate Students TotalOnline Gender (% Female)54.4%62.3% Age (Mean) Race/Ethnicity (% White)70.2%81.6%

7 URI Age Distribution

8 Office of Online Education Emphasis on: Quality of Online Courses Growth and Diversity of Online Offerings Support for Faculty who teach online/blended Support for Students taking online/blended courses

9 Office of Online Education For Faculty: – Sample Courses and Syllabi – Best Practices – Professional Development Opportunities including Online Teaching Fellows – Academic Integrity – Teaching Tips and Resources

10 Office of Online Education For Students (use these links in your syllabus) – Orientation to Online Learning – Learning Online Compared to Classroom – Sample Courses – Academic Integrity – Tips and Resources for Learning Online

11 The Office of Online Education Diane J. Goldsmith – Director Kathleen M. Torrens –Assistant Director (PT) Lisa Heidenthal – Admin Assistant Andrew Bauerband – Graduate Assistant Kim Meyert – Undergraduate

12 Growth of Online - Nationally


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