Instructional Design, Student Support, and Faculty Development Challenges for Large-scale Collaborative Approaches to Online Delivery

Thursday, April 20 | 12:35PM–1:05PM
Session Type: Virtual
eCore is the University System of Georgia’s online college core curriculum. eCore aims to make college more accessible and affordable in Georgia. eCore online courses are now available at 25 institutions within the USG. eMajor is a partnership with USG public institutions to provide quality, affordable, high-demand postsecondary degrees and credentials that address the workplace needs of Georgia and beyond. Together they form eCampus, which works to create pathways for learners of all backgrounds who cannot, for whatever reason, attend traditional university programs. This presentation will highlight the challenges faced by eCampus with next-level instructional design and training for collaborative, large-scale online instruction. From enculturating faculty to embracing new learning delivery platforms and more-diverse student audiences to developing open educational resources to determining the real value propositions for institutions, learners, and employers, eCampus is a world leader in collaborative online instruction grounded in data analytics and high-touch student support.


  • Jason Huett

    Associate Dean eCore and Online Development, University of West Georgia

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