Distance Learning Training and Resources for Educators

Five Years of Title III: Successes, Challenges, and Words from the Wise(er)

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Presenters: Patrick Keough & Donald Staub – Carteret Community College

Presented at the Noel-Levitz National Conference on Student Recruitment, Marketing, and Retention in Denver on July 26, 2011.

The purpose of our presentation was to give a brief overview of what we have accomplished – qualitatively and quantitatively – through the course of the Title III grant (which ends in September of this year). To achieve the overall goal of increasing retention at the College, the grant has three primary objectives: Advising, Distance Learning, and Outcomes Assessment. This presentation highlighted the retention efforts we have made in each of these three areas, with particular attention to the successes and challenges of implementing each.

I focused on the Distance Learning Component and addressed all the DL initiatives T3 enabled us to pursue over the past 5 years to include Black Board Boot Camp, Distance Learning Pioneer Program, Online Tutoring, and the various Dl workshops and conferences we were able to send the staff and faculty to since the grants inception.

For more details about our presentation click to our Title III Blog.

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