New Scorecard Evaluates Online Programs in 75 Areas
Career College Central Summary:
A newly revamped resource is out to help colleges and universities assess the quality of their online offerings.
The Online Learning Consortium (OLC), formerly the Sloan Consortium, has introduced a new version of its Quality Scorecard for Online Programs that examines nine broad areas, including institutional, faculty, student and technology support, teaching and learning, course development and structure, social and student engagement and evaluation and assessment.
In total there are 75 indicators by which a program is evaluated and scored from deficient (zero points) to exemplary (three points).
A total of 225 points is possible.
The new edition of the scorecard has five new indicators and a higher score potential.
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