Presentation on theme: "Partnerships and Consortia for Distance Learning Jacqueline Moloney, Dean Continuing Studies and Corporate Education UMASS-Lowell."— Presentation transcript:
Partnerships and Consortia for Distance Learning Jacqueline Moloney, Dean Continuing Studies and Corporate Education UMASS-Lowell
Overview Mission to collaborate and serve community and industry Technology Solutions Bridge to Mission Mindful of Engineering Effective Partnerships: -Mutually Beneficial -Articulate clear vision for the partnership -Establish clear lines of communication -Build the partnership incrementally
Mutually Beneficial UML Needs Curriculum Innovation Access to new technologies Enrollments & New Markets Resources Business Needs Workforce Development Association with the Academia New Markets Research Machine
Clear Vision/Lines of Communication Choose partners carefully Lines of Communication -Involve faculty from outset -Fluid Cross-functional teams -Leadership from the top
Build Incrementally Phase I Display of Marketing Materials at Partner sites Job Placement and Coop Expanded Courses offered on-site at Bay Networks Faculty/Bay collaboration on Curriculum Innovation Phase II Joint degree developed over internet Student services offered on-site Online marketing campaign implemented Bay Router Technology donated to UML
Corporate Home Page http://continuinged.uml.edu/corporate/
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