Wednesday, March 31
1:00-1:15 PM
Room 4

Innovation from Remote Learning: The Future of Community College Leadership Doctoral Education

Brief Paper (Live Presentation) ID: 58222
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    Michelle Bartlett
    North Carolina State University
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    Carrol Warren
    North Carolina State University

Abstract: NC State offers a doctoral program in community college leadership that transitioned abruptly and temporarily from an executive format program that delivers instruction face-to-face on selected weekends with limited online delivery to fully online delivery. This program enables working professionals to complete their doctoral degree in 3 years and develops community college executive leaders for North Carolina and beyond. Much of this population in North Carolina is located in rural areas, and traveling over 50 times in 3 years to campus for face-to-face classes creates barriers for some. This session will highlight the technology used in redesigning the new post Covid19 program. The lessons learned in the ‘forced’ remote format will incorporate increased synchronous learning, practitioners’ integration using technology, and the reduction of required travel for face-to-face instruction. Offering more online education in future program design will provide various opportunities for innovation. The session will highlight these innovations.

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