The Online Course: Who Builds It, Who Owns It? Findings of the 2018 CHLOE Report
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The national Changing Landscape of Online Education (CHLOE) Survey of Chief Online Officers at 180 U.S. colleges and universities reveals patterns of online course development and ownership. This session explores where institutions place the primary responsibility for online course development, whether they rely on external providers or pay development stipends and other incentives to faculty, the extent of instructional design input they make available, whether they encourage synchronous and face-to-face meetings, and their course ownership practices. Attendees will gain a better understanding of the course development choices their institutions face and the pros and cons of each.