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1 UMDNJ- School of Health Related Professions Current Trends in the Uses of Traditional, On- Line and Blended Instructional Methods Julie OSullivan Maillet, PhD, FASAHP Dean (interim) March 22, 2013

2 UMDNJ – School of Health Related Professions Movement into Distance Education 1994 – moved to compressed video for several programs (MS in Clinical Nutrition, BS Clinical Labs, AAS Allied Dental) 1997 – moved to on-line (BS in Health Sciences and MS in Health Systems) 2000s – added Class Capture, Audience Response 2013 - 13 fully on-line programs, extensive use of blended classes

3 Why we moved in these direction Initial funding by University technology group Small group of willing faculty to adapt early Ability to be more statewide Practitioner need for flexible hours Insufficient number of students locally for advanced practice programs Note: Needed library to become a virtual library quickly UMDNJ - School of Health Related Professions

4 Distance Education Design Faculty facilitated classes with intense online discussion and activities with 10 to 30 students, after 20 generally a TA Promote the use of interprofessional groups Predominantly asynchronous supplemented with videoconferencing synchronously Some on-site classes or presentations for some, Some clinicals 2013-14 goal: test some larger classes, up to 65 Design flexible for best learning UMDNJ – School of Health Related Professions

5 The conversion Paid faculty to develop the courses, the price of normally teaching the course and then paid to teach Continue to pay for first time conversion of course as teaching workload (4 credits for 3 credit course) and curriculum committee approval Why? Enhanced quality and university ownership UMDNJ– School of Health Related Professions

6 The cost to students Web-based Undergraduate Programs $329 per credit for NJ Resident $347 per credit for non-NJ Resident Web-based Graduate Programs (variable) $591 per credit for NJ Resident $615 per credit for non-NJ Resident Fees $10.00 Program fee per credit Technology fee $60 or $120 per semester Financial aid available. – School of Health Related Professions

7 The programs Online Doctoral Degree Programs –1. PhD in Health Sciences with tracks in: Health leadership, Nutrition, Movement Sciences, Psychiatric Rehabilitation –2. Doctorate in Clinical Nutrition –3. Doctorate in Clinical Laboratory Science Online Master of Science Degree Programs –1. Biomedical Informatics,2. Clinical Nutrition, 3. Clinical Trial Sciences, –4. Health Sciences with Tracks in: Clinical Laboratory Sciences, Disease Management (CMRI - AMR),Health Professions Education, Integrative Health & Wellness –5. Health Care Management, 6. Health Informatics Management, 7. Psychiatric Rehabilitation, 8. Radiology Assistant Online Bachelor of Science Degree Programs –1. Health Sciences w tracks in: Allied Dental Education, Coordinated Dietetics, Management and Education, 2. Medical Imaging Sciences (Note: Only Graduates of Certificate Programs) Coming soon: Health Information Management, Dietary Management, Dietetics, CLS, new tracks in aging and advocacy, look at eCollege Soon to be Rutgers University, School of Health Related Professions


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