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1 Current Trends in the Uses of Traditional, On-Line and Blended Instructional Methods Shelley C. Mishoe, PhD Dean and Professor

2 Technology in Learning Face-to-face (Norfolk, Tri-Cities, Peninsula, Virginia Beach) Online-worldwide (Blackboard, Facebook, Gmail, Mobile Apps) Hybrid-blended (video streaming, modeling and simulation, discussion boards, learning communities, flipped courses

3 Student Engagement and Enrollment Services Distance Learning Enrollment Fall Provided by Institutional Research

4 COHS Programs Traditional Physical Therapy (DPT) Cytotechnology Online-mobile apps, computer DNP RN to BSN Masters Nurse Practitioner Programs (MSN) Health Management, Public Health (BSHS) Interprofessional Courses (nursing, physical therapy, dental hygiene, counseling) Hybrid/blended Medical Technology Dental Hygiene Nuclear Medicine Technology Nuclear Medicine Nurse Anesthesia (MSN) Public Health (MPH) Environmental Health (MS) Molecular Diagnostics (MS) Health Services Research (PhD)

5 Online Learning Revenue Share One Program-8 Students Above Base 2012* *Students enroll in courses and programs, not delivery method. Tuition per credit hour: IN STATE $273 Undergrad, $769 Graduate OUT OF STATE $393 Undergrad, $997 Graduate

6 Center for Learning and Teaching 1.Online Project Request Forms: Graphic Design Multimedia Production Online Degree Program Online Course Hybrid Course Materials for Existing Courses

7 COHS Faculty Workload Adjustments 3 Semester Hour Course Traditional-3.00 TCHLD for enrollment > 30 students, add a TA and 0.5 TCHLD per 15 students over Distance Learning--4.00TCHLD for enrollment of < 30 students, add.4TCHLD per 15 students as determined by chair and a TA, cap at 6.0 TCHLD Course Development-3.00 TCHLD

8 Outcomes/Barriers 10% increase in enrollment 100% first time pass rates of graduates on credentialing exams in PT, DH, Nursing, Cytotechnology and NMT High student satisfaction on course ratings Faculty appreciate the incentives in course load credit and course preparation Revenue share funds faculty development Barriers: hands on skills require simulation, lab and clinical work; some disciplines are more receptive than others


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