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1 "Strengthening Our Institution The Power of Title III in Impacting Assessment, Distance Learning, & Advising at a Small, Rural Community College" A Dialogue about Retention Challenges and Strategies for Distance Learning and the Traditional Classroom Don Staub, Title III Director Patrick Keough, Distance Learning Director Carteret Community College A Dialogue about Retention Challenges and Strategies for Distance Learning and the Traditional Classroom Don Staub, Title III Director Patrick Keough, Distance Learning Director Carteret Community College

2 Associate, Diploma, and Certificate programs: 34 Curriculum Enrollment: ~1,700 Online Courses Offered: 78 (F/H) Full-time Faculty: 68 Part-time Faculty: 95 Staff/Administration: 108 A Little Background

3 Challenge Between 2002 and 2005, the mean overall retention rate for college credit programs was 50% (the range in program retention in 2004 – 2005 was 33.3% to 100%).

4 The Challenge Advising = Registering No systematic assessment program (and here comes SACS) Distance Learnings open door policy

5 The Challenge Student Preparedness Career goals College readiness Online instruction

6 The Response: Professional Development Getting all faculty and staff willing to upgrade their technical skills and developing viable and targeted training for our faculty and staff Advising Assessment Technology DL Best Practices

7 The Challenge 39% … In 2006, full-time faculty reporting that they had received orientation on their role in advising (down from 48% in 2001 survey)

8 The Response: A Plan for Proper Advising Developing a Product: CAPS Developing a Process

9 Advising Fall all campus workshop with NACADA consultant (Jennifer Bloom) Spring Focused seminar for small group of faculty Summer Stipends for faculty to work in CAPS Fall CCC team to attend NACADA annual conference On-going: Advising Task Force The Response: Professional Development

10 The Challenge Too few administrators and staff understand assessment…Written assessment plans for departments are not related to student learning and institutional competencies.

11 Asessment Planning Spring ILLOs Spring-Summer PLLOs & Program Reviews Fall PLLOs & Administrative Outcomes Since then: ILLOs, PLLOs, Program Reviews, Administrative Unit Reviews…Working to create a culture of assessment The Response: Professional Development

12 The Outputs

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19 The Challenge Students in online and hybrid Internet courses are less successful than students in traditional classroom courses. Too few professional development opportunities for faculty have resulted in a low number of faculty using creative teaching methodologies.

20 The Challenge Student Preparedness Career goals College readiness Online instruction

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23 The QAP Scorecard

24 The Challenge Are We There Yet? Using Technology (Excel - Sharing Files) Understanding online instruction Mastering and Embracing Online Instruction Understanding the importance of assessment & understanding assessment

25 The Outcome Between 2002 and 2005, the mean overall retention rate for college credit programs was 50%…

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28 Advising Task Force

29 Online Resources Title III Blog Distance Learning Blog Carteret Community College

30 Contact Don Staub - Patrick Keough -


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