Adhoc Committees

Online Education Task Force

Charge

Present draft of recommendations with several options to be submitted to administrators, faculty and staff for open discussion at an Academic Senate meeting (Fall 2015).

In order to achieve this goal, the Distance Education Task Force will:

1. Encourage and facilitate campus-wide discussions about strategies for distance education on our campus, raising awareness and making decisions about how we should respond as a campus at this time and in the future. The task force should hold open forums with faculty, administrators and staff to discuss concerns about distance education issues and conduct meetings with various academic and non-academic units, and with students, to gather information and eventually submit informed recommendations to the campus community

2. Review data and gather additional information as follow-up to above discussions concerning distance education and its impact on our campus under current competitive conditions.

  • Membership of the Online Education Task Force
    • Raman Adaikkalavan | Chair | College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
    • Nancy Colborn | Franklin D. Schurz Library/Executive Committee
    • Terri Dobrzykowski | Vera Z. Dwyer College of Health Sciences
    • Hossein Hakimzadeh | College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
    • Beth Kern | Judd Leighton School of Business and Economics
    • Doug McMillen | College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
    • Jorge Muniz | Ernestine M. Raclin School of the Arts
    • Kristyn Quimby | Vera Z. Dwyer College of Health Sciences
    • Dennis Rodriguez | College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
    • Terry Shepherd | School of Education
    • R. Lee Smith | School of Education
    • Eric Souther | Ernestine M. Raclin School of the Arts
    • James VanderVeen | College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
    • Haiyan Yin | Judd Leighton School of Business and Economics
    • Linda Chen | Undergraduate Studies
    • Biniam Tesfamariam | Institutional Research