From Extended Learning to Academic Innovation Extended Learning to Academic Innovation • Blurring of lines in teaching & use of technology • Reinvest revenue to support greater academic innovation & resources for all faculty • Join disparate Teaching & Learning affiliates across campus under combined & renewed synergy & focus • Expand outreach to new audiences • Partnerships – MOOCs, APLU, international, etc. Academic Innovation The New Organization: • Builds upon and expands expertise & success in instructional and visual design • Invests in faculty resources to support teaching and learning • Fosters innovation through programming and technology • Clarifies role & name Academic Innovation Strategic transition – builds upon EL units: • WVU Online & Extended Campus – iDesign • Special Programming – K 12 Digital Content & ACCESS courses – Summer Session Academic Innovation Expand iDesign core to create: • Teaching & Learning Commons – – – – – realigned components/collaborations/personnel Information Technology, Sponsored Research, Faculty Development, Graduate Ed & Life Academic Innovation • WVU Online & Extended Campus – Expanded emphasis on adult learners w/ RBA and MDS undergraduate online degree completion in collaboration with University College – Increase focus on Student Success for online students through webinars, tutorial services, etc. – Continued Quality Matters course review & faculty development – Grow graduate programming, including certificates – Increase enrollment & retention metrics AI - Teaching & Learning Commons iDesign Studios: (4 areas of emphasis) • Instructional, • Visual, • Classroom, • Innovation Lab/Sandbox Comprehensive infrastructure with specialized expertise to provide resources for f2f and online instruction. AI - Teaching & Learning Commons Faculty & Graduate Resources: • Graduate Academy, • New Professoriate, • Experienced Faculty Specialized programming & resources: 1-to-1 support, Communities of Learning, Workshops & Webinars Mentoring AI – Specialized Programming SUMMER SESSION • Entrepreneurial model that directs $6.7 million to Colleges • On & Off-campus promotion K-12 • – – – ACCESS Courses 892 HS Student Registrations 4 courses Expanding areas in Project Lead the Way, Intro to Agricultural Science, • 85% market- WVU students • Nationally recognized • Digital Content Development – Math 9 & 10 – Professional Development – Expanding: Engineering for K12, Earth Science Academic Innovation Through • realigning units with existing personnel • expanding collaborations, • redirecting of revenue, • there is no additional cost to WVU ACADEMIC INNOVATION Sound instructional design through innovation in teaching and learning. Actualizes Realization 1 – improve structures, processes and communication… that directly impacts all Goals of WVU2020.