Facilitator: Susan Gaustch, Director of Online Learning at University of Southern California
When:9:00 am (AEST), 21 May
About the class
In a blink, Covid-19 fast-tracked the need for high-quality and sustainable online learning throughout Australia. While the pandemic will one day subside, many institutions and students are realizing the advantages of online learning beyond mere makeshift – many report greater flexibility, focus, access and learning effectiveness.
At USC, Susan has directed fully-online programs initially launched with the aid of revenue-sharing corporate OPM (Online Program Management) partners. While such partnerships have enabled many US universities to rapidly launch and substantially grow their online programs, they’ve also come at a high price in terms of revenue share, multiyear contracts, and perpetual dependency on large corporations.
As such, in the last several years, Susan has developed a robust capacity-building model for institutions to quickly, yet systematically launch, sustain and grow their online & blended learning programs with four focal areas:
1. Program Design & Strategic Competitiveness
2. Enrollment Management & Market Growth
3. Course Design, Development & Technology
4. Faculty, Student & Alumni Success
If your institution is now ready to build and grow your online learning capabilities to generate a new and dependable revenue stream while improving the quality of your learning design, delivery and student outcomes, then this masterclass is for you and your colleagues.
With Covid-19 driving the urgent need for high quality online programs and courses as well as increasing the competition in this space, Susan will share this comprehensive 4-step model brought to life with years of experience building organizational capacity and confidence.
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