Friday, October 26, 2018 at Online
Starts at 4:00 PM · Ends at 4:45 PM, MST (America/Denver)
How do accreditation teams determine whether regular and substantive interaction is happening in on-line courses? Evidence suggests that different teams may have very different ideas about how to do this. Let’s talk about how we might be able to add some structure and equality to that process, and how we can ensure that the ACCJC gets what they need while protecting the privacy rights of faculty and students.
By the end of this session, participants will understand what the ACCJC is looking for in terms of R&S contact and ways it can be achieved.
Registration information can be found on the conference page: ACCJC Determination of Regular and Effective Contact.
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- Lisa Beach
Director of Distance EducationAfter a career in software and hardware support, Lisa taught in the Computer Studies Dept at SRJC for 20 years. She holds a BS and MBA in Bus. Admin., and an MEd in Online Teaching and Learning. She is currently the Director of Distance Ed at SRJC, sits on the OEIAC, DEETAC, and CCMS Workgroup, and is President of the CCC DECO organization.