Comments / Outcome
|Danny Cobbs firstname.lastname@example.org
, representative from the Associated Students, was welcomed to the Educational Delivery
Committee. Christine Tunstall has replaced Julie Bradley on the EDC.
|Comments from those who attended the retreat included:
concept of retreat was excellent; timing was good; sessions were effective; universal
issues became apparent from sessions; using Web board for online discussions worked
well; liked face-to-face contact after participating in online discussions. The
information gathered from the retreat is being compiled into a report and will be sent
to the Academic Senate after review by the EDC.
|Terri Beam reported that the Academic Senate is writing
a position paper on Distance Learning. The EDC nominated Carol Craig as Faculty of the
Month for her superb support of the Hybrid Retreat. Terri will take the nomination to
the Academic Senate.
|The online report form was demonstrated and discussed.
This report is the replacement for Program Review for the alternative learning programs
that report to the EDC. It can be submitted online and is due by the end of August 2001.
It may be viewed at: http://vclass.mtsac.edu/edc/reports/rpt.asp
Summer Bridge: Meghan Chen distributed the new brochure that gives an
overview of the Bridge Program and the Freshman Experience. She also shared the upcoming
events and announced that the Bridge Program would be one of the topics included in the
Learning Communities Seminar.
DSPS: Christine Tunstall reported that a new full-time faculty member is
being hired in Assistive Technology.
|Dwight Ayle, Terri Beam, Linda Small, Kerry Stern,
Christine Tunstall, and Vic Zamora will be attending and/or volunteering at the
|The EDC evaluated the committee's structure and
function to complete the Annual Governance Review.