Category Archives: outsourcing

Connecticut’s One-Stop Service Increases Enrollment and Retention

WCET has long been a champion of e-learning consortia, multi-institution efforts to partner to do more together than can be done by an individual campus. Today we feature one of them. In the past, the Connecticut Distance Learning Consortium (CTDLC) has reported on its multi-campus e-tutoring program, which has been replicated elsewhere. In 2015 they […]

Mind the Skills Gap

In the final chapter of our three-part set of guest blog posts focusing on the future, we welcome Michelle Weise. Formerly at the Clayton Christensen Institute, Michelle now serves as Executive Director of the Sandbox CoLABorative for Southern New Hampshire University. In that role, Michelle focuses on thinking through the challenges and potential partnerships that […]

Accreditators are Monitoring the Changing e-Learning Environment

Today’s guest blogger is Karen Solomon of the Higher Learning Commission, one of the regional accrediting agencies.  She shares some of the e-learning emerging issues that they are following. Karen also serves as the chair of WCET’s Steering Committee.  Thank you Karen. Weather is always a source of great conversation and stories.  Just like the […]

Steps in Forming a Good Partnership with Third Party Vendors

As a distance education administrator you will be working with all kinds of third party vendors. In higher education we use many vendors to run our business.  For distance education there are the critical systems we use, such as our learning management system (LMS). In this blog post I would like to address the relationships […]