COC Distance & Accelerated Learning Research & Reports 

 
Faculty Inquiry Group (FIG)
 The Faculty Inquiry Group research is made possible by Student Equity and the support of Distance Learning
 
         
Promoting Student Success in Online Courses: Best Practices for Online & Hybrid Courses
FIG Group Members: Allan Trautman (Chair), Thea Alvarado, Tammy Bathke, Elizabeth Bell, Mariana Branda, Morgan Cole, Katie Coleman, Alexa Dimakos, Joao Junqueira, Adam Kaminsky, Phylise Smith, James Glapa-Grossklag, Mindy Albee
FIG Campus Presentation: August 17, 2015, 1:00pm - 1:50pm, HSLH-233
Presenters: James Glapa-Grossklag & Mindy Albee
Workshop Evaluation Data
  
    
Student Success in Online Classes: Increasing Effectiveness in Student-Instructor Interaction
FIG Group Members: Kimberly Bonfiglio (Chair), Ann O'Bryan, Patricia Palavecino, Holli Willibey
FIG Campus Presentation: January 30, 2017, 1:00pm - 1:50pm, HSLH-233
Presenters: Kimberly Bonfiglio, Ann O’Bryan, Patricia Palavecino, & Holli Willibey
At this workshop, the 2016 Faculty Inquiry Group will present their review of published research and their recommendations on how to improve student success in online and hybrid courses at COC.
Workshop Evaluation Data
 
Report: COC Canvas & Online Instructor Training FA2015-FA2016
 
Online Instructor Certificate Revisions 
Refresh Recommendations for Online Instructor Qualifications Submitted to and endorsed by the Ed Tech Committee on May 27, 2015.
Ed Tech Online Instructor Qualifications Sub-committee: Kelly Burke, Mike Gunther, Chad Estrella, Mindy Albee, James Glapa-Grossklag, Regina Blasberg, Katie Coleman, Diane Solomon
The update to the Online Instructor Qualifications, originally put into place in September 2006, was approved by the Academic Senate in May 2016.

Institutional Research, Planning & Institutional Effectiveness Ad Hoc Reports & Research Briefs
Ad Hoc Report: Analysis of Alternative Delivery Modes Fall Terms 2007-2011
Research Brief: Distance Learning Instructor Retreat Evaluation 2016
Online Course Student Focus Group 2015: Narrative Action Implications