Project Ungoverned? The Online Learning Landscape

Project Ungoverned? The Online Learning Landscape

Online Higher Education: Administration and Governance – Episode 4 Part 2

December 17, 2018

In Episode 4, we look at online higher education. In part 2 of this episode, we focus on administration and governance. Today we hear from Joan Campbell, an experienced online course developer, to discuss administrative issues in online higher education. We also reconnect with Matt Dull, Associate Professor from Virginia Tech School of Public and International Affairs (SPIA) to discuss related governance issues.

Terms and Organizations Mentioned
European Accreditation Board of Higher Education Schools
Higher Education Accreditation (United States)
International City Managers Association (ICMA)
Learning Management System
- Canvas
- Blackboard
- Desire2Learn (D2L)
- Sakai
- Moodle
LockDown Browser
Quality Matters

Related Blog Posts and Episodes
Governance and the Online Learning Landscape – Episode 1
New Ways of Teaching and Learning: An Online Professional Development Program (US) – Episode 2 Part 1
Online Higher Education: Experiences Learning and Teaching Online – Episode 4 Part 1

Transcript of Episode 4 Part 2 (pdf)
Download transcript of Episode 4 Part 2 here.

Questions for Upcoming Symposium Raised in this Episode
• What would a more streamlined, cost-effective higher education system look like, and how would curricula, pedagogies, and the roles of professor and student evolve accordingly?
• What does faculty compensation and work load at online institutions look like today, and what could it look like in the future?
• Are enabling technologies restricting or allowing for more creative teaching?


About Project Ungoverned?
Project Ungoverned? takes place within the Bosch Alumni Network – a network which consists of people who’ve been supported in one way or another by the Robert Bosch Stiftung. The network is coordinated by the International Alumni Center – iac Berlin, a think and do tank for alumni communities with social impact.