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					          Management in
      relation to learning
                processes


                   Proposal
Sources: ANECA, CHEA, DETC
                                       ANECA
 Program

Organisation
                 Formation
                  Process            Results
Human Res

Physical Res


 Management (mission)
 Planning
 Communication
 Organisation
 Improvements Actions
 Review of the Formation Programme
                                         CHEA
• Organisation
  – Institutional mission
  – Institutional organizational structure
  – Institutional resources
• Program
  – Curriculum and instruction
  – Faculty support
  – Student support
• Student learning outcomes.
                                                      DETC
Organisation
   Mission and Objectives
   Qualification of Board, Admin, Instructors/Faculty and Staff
   Admission Practices and Enrolment Processes
   Adverstishment, promotional literature and recruitment
   Financial Responsability
   Tuition Policies, Collection Procedures and Refunds
   Plant, Equipment and Record Protection
   Research and Self-Improvement
Program
       Educational Program Objectives, Curricula and Material
       Education and Student Services
       Results: Student Achievement and Satisfaction
                                                 CHEA
• Challenges (Distance Education)
  – Alternative design of instruction
  – Alternative and new Providers
  – Expanded focus of training
     • Discrete training activities, long-term
                                                                          CHEA
• Key Areas (CHEA)its commitment to and students for whommust
               The institution’s budgets
               reflect                   the
                                             policy statements
                                                               the
   – Institutional missionmust assureprograms are designed. and
                   electronically offered
                   institution            adequacy of technical
                                                                The

        Does offering DL make sense in this institution?
                      physical plant facilities, including appropriate
                            staffing and technical assistance, to support its
   – Institutional         organizational structure
                            electronically delivered programs.
        Is the institution suitably structured to offer quality
                “Distance learning programs must be
                     “The curriculum of the distance learning program must be
          DL?   consistent with the institution’s mission and
                     consistent with the mission and educational
                                 subject areas learning the
               limited to those “Any distancefor which programs offered by
                      objectives of the institution.”
   –   Institutional resources must be appropriately
               institution has expertise.”
                                 an institution
                           integrated into the institution’s
                                                           financing
        Does the institution sustain adequate well as its to
                           administrative structures, as
         offer quality DL? planning and oversight mechanisms..”
   – Curriculum and instruction
        Does the institution have appropriate curricula and
         design of instruction to offer quality DL?
                                                                       CHEA
               “Any distance learning programs offered by an institution must
               provide students with reasonable technical support and full
               disclosure of all program requirements, including any that cannot
                 “Institutional evaluation of electronically offered programs must
• Key Areas (CHEA)
               be completed via DL.”
                 take place in the context of the institution’s regular evaluation of
               “Institutions must assess whether students have the skills and
                 all academic programs.”
  –   Faculty support must beassess student achievementchosen distance
               competencies to succeed in a DL environment. Proper training
                 “Institutions must
               and support             provided. The technology
                                                                   in the
                                                                          must
                 learning programs using such measures as student retention
               support and enhance the program’s goals and objectives.”
       Are faculty competent engaged in offering DL and do
                 rates, student satisfaction, faculty satisfaction, measures of
       they have adequate resources, facilities, and
                 student competence in both general skills (communication,
       equipment?comprehension, analysis, etc.) and skills specific to the field
                    study. Students completing distance must be courses must
                 of “Instructors who teach at a distance learning appropriately
  –   Student support opportunity to effective comparable levels to ensure
                 have sufficient trained in the acquire use of technology of
                    oriented and
                 knowledge and competencies as in similar programs or courses
                    a high level of student motivation and quality of instruction.”
       Do students have needed counseling, advising,
                 offered in more traditional ways.”
        equipment, facilities, and instructional materials to
        pursue DL?
  – Student learning outcomes.
       Does the institution routinely evaluate the quality of DL
       based on evidence of student achievement?
                   ANECA-Organisation
• Organisation of the Education (ANECA)
  – Organisation
    • Direction
    • Planning
    • Communication
    • Organisation
    • Improvements Actions
    • Review of the Formation Programme
  – Human Resources
  – Physical Resources
                             Organisation
• Direction
  – Organisational Structure of the formation
    plan and the management team
  – Principles and Strategies for the
    management
  – Action to reach these objectives and
    implication of management team
  – Politics for the dissemination of these
    principles and actions, communication
    channels
                             Organisation
• Planning
  – Planning in the formation process
  – Improvement plans
    • Viable
    • Coherent
    • Fundamental
    • Realistic
    • Creative
    • Priorised
                                Organisation
• Communication
  – Effectiveness of the internal
    communication
     • Communication channels
     • Indicators
  – Effectiveness of the external
    communication
     • Communication channels
     • Indicators
                                Organisation
• Organisation
  – Efficiency in the management of
    organisation processes:
    • Enrolment, evaluation, schedule, practices and
      practises in companies, mobility programme,
      complementary activities, etc.
  – Information sources to take decisions
  – Horizontal and vertical coordination
  – Efficiency in the management of human,
    economic and physical resources
  – Suitability between organisation and
    formation programme
                             Organisation
• Organisation (information)
  – Procedures manuals, processes maps,
    organisation chart, etc.
  – Communication channels between
    managers and formation staff
  – Objectives of the formation programme
  – Curriculum, Alumna profile for enrolment
  – Budget
  – Indicators: m2 per classroom, computer
    per alumna, internet bandwidth per
    computer, etc.
                                Organisation
• Improvement Actions
  – Existence of mechanisms and instruments
    to evaluate the results of the formation
    programme
  – Information
    • Structure of the information systems
    • Control panels and indicators
    • Proposed improvement actions
    • Evaluation reports
                                     Analysis
• Organisation of the Education
  – Organisation
  – Human Resources (suitability for the
    formation process)
    • Academic Staff
    • Administrative Staff
  – Physical Resources
                       Human Resources
• Academic Staff
  – Suitable for the formation programme
    • Structure of the academic staff
    • Politics for academic staff mobility (degree of
      mobility: indicator)
    • Collaborators
    • Participation of academic staff in management
      activities
    • CV
                          Human Resources
• Academic Staff
  – Formation
    • Participation in programmes regarding
      assistance, pedagogical,methodologies
    • General formation
    • Formation Programmes for collaboratos
    • Information
       –   CVs
       –   Academics and collaborators Formation programmes
       –   Formation Evaluation (indicator)
       –   Programmes for innovation in pedagogical
           methodologies
                         Human Resources
• Academic Staff
  – Implication in R&D, assistance, art (when
    applicable), etc.
    • Information:
       – CV
       – Publications (indicator)
       – Recognised research activities (indicator)
                        Human Resources
• Administrative and Services Staff
  – Suitable for the formation process
  – Information
     • Administrative staff organisation chart
     • Activities of the administrative and services
       staff
                                     Analysis
• Organisation of the Education
  – Organisation
  – Human Resources (suitability for the
    formation process)
  – Physical Resources

				
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