WEBINAR ON DEMAND
Remote Realities: CHLOE 5 Survey Results and the Latest Thinking from Online Leaders
The annual CHLOE (Changing Landscape of Online Education) survey chronicles the evolution of online policies and practices in U.S. higher education, from the perspective of Chief Online Officers (COOs). The fifth CHLOE survey captures leadership reflections on the pandemic-induced emergency remote instruction in the spring: what happened, what worked, and implications for fall. The CHLOE 5 report is published amid a coronavirus spike that is persuading many colleges and universities to re-think their fall re-opening plans.
This webinar will distill lessons from the spring and, in conversation with a panel of online leaders, gauge early fall realities. Online infrastructure, experience and leadership played a pivotal role in enabling schools to see through the last academic year, but many leaders have been quick to draw a distinction between hastily assembled “remote instruction” and true online learning. As fall 2020 gets underway, and schools face a yet stiffer test, online leaders are stepping up once again. Robust, engaging, high quality remote learning, by whatever name and whether or not combined with a socially distanced campus, will define this one-of-a-kind semester.
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.
Dr. Bethany Simunich
Director of Research and Innovation, Quality Matters
Bethany has worked in higher education for nearly 20 years, with a focus on online learning the majority of that time.
Dr. Jill Buban
Vice President for Digital Strategy and Online Education, Fairfield University
Jill previously served as CAO at Unizin and Chief Research Officer at the Online Learning Consortium.
Dr. Arletha McSwain
HR Senior Training Specialist-Educational Technology, Title IX Coordinator, and Professor of Education, Bethune-Cookman University
Dr. Sasha Thackaberry
Vice President for Online and Continuing Education at Louisiana State University