WEBINAR ON DEMAND
Navigating the Mainstream: Changing Landscape of Online Education CHLOE 4
Now in its fourth year, the CHLOE project — a joint undertaking by Quality Matters and Eduventures — has been taking the pulse of higher education leaders on a national scale since its inception in 2016. CHLOE 4 reveals the impact of the mainstreaming of online learning on dedicated support services and online course and program development arrangements.
Presented by Richard Garrett, Eduventures Chief Research Officer, and Ronald Legon, Executive Director Emeritus, Quality Matters, the webinar will discuss enrollment trends in an increasingly crowded market, the approach to online education by research universities and state flagships, and top priorities for Chief Online Officers over the next five years.
Eduventures Chief Research Officer
Richard has nearly 25 years of experience in higher education research, consulting and policy. From 2015-2019, Richard was also Director of the Observatory on Borderless Higher Education, a think tank, part of Tribal Group, focused on global developments in online learning, internationalization and commercial activity and partnerships. Prior to Eduventures, Richard was North America Director for i-graduate, working with clients of the International Student Barometer, the world’s largest survey of the international student experience. From 2005-2013, Richard led Eduventures online higher education practice. Richard has also worked as a researcher in the School of Education & Continuing Studies at the University of Surrey in the UK and as a policy analyst at the UK Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education. He has a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree from King’s College London and a Postgraduate Certificate in Education from the University of Cambridge.
Executive Director Emeritus at Quality Matters and Co-Director of the CHLOE (Changing Landscape of Online Education) Project
Ron served as Executive Director of Quality Matters from 2006 until early 2016 and led the growth of QM to the more than one thousand member institutions it has today.
He also spent 14 years at the University of Baltimore, eleven years as Provost and later as Director of the MBNA eLearning Center. He previously spent 25 years at the University of Illinois at Chicago as a professor and Associate Vice Chancellor.