How to use this section:
- Learn about the basic, intermediate, and advanced elements of hybrid and online education policies and incentive structures
- Resources include:
- Primers on accessibility, intellectual property, and state authorization policies.
- Guides to develop budget and revenue models.
- Briefs on faculty pedagogical training and course quality assurance strategies
Basic: Key policies and incentives to launch an online portfolio
How to Adapt Accessibility, Intellectual Property, and State
This brief provides a short overview of how policies used for traditional face-to-face education need to be adapted to accommodate the realities of online education.
Resource for COE Forum Members: COE Organizational Benchmarking Survey
The survey is designed to examine continuing and professional education organizational models irrespective of primary modality or program type. This survey assists you and your team make a fact-based case for the resources and organizational structures needed to achieve institutional goals.
Necessary Financial and Management Infrastructure for Online and Hybrid Programs
This brief provides an overview of the six key lessons pertaining to budget models, program ownership, and revenue distribution for online and hybrid courses.
Intermediate: Faculty training, support and compensation policies
Understand How to Train Faculty in Effective Online Pedagogy and Course Design
Most institutions experience low levels of initial faculty participation as well as significant numbers of poorly designed and poorly executed online courses. This brief gives you an overview of how to train faculty in online pedagogy and course design.
Determine Centralized Support Needed for Online Course Development After learning the fundamentals of online pedagogy, faculty developing new online courses and revising existing ones continue to need support from experts in instructional design and educational technology. Learn about the four basic models institutions commonly use to deliver this support.
Learn How to Structure Faculty Compensation for Online and Hybrid Courses This resource provides an overview of six factors to consider providing faculty with special compensation to develop and teach online and hybrid courses.
Advanced: Quality assurance and online and hybrid course prioritization
Maintain Course Quality in New Online and Hybrid Formats
This brief includes three strategies institutions can use to ensure that they offer high quality online programs and courses.
10 Online and Hybrid Education Strategies to Expand Access, Improve Student Success, and Grow Revenue
This resource will guide academic leaders through the process of identifying, understanding, and capitalizing on the biggest opportunities to enhance enrollment growth and student success through online and hybrid course offerings.