Asynchronous online courses have proven to be a great option for students needing flexibility due to time and geography. This delivery isn’t meant for everyone though as it can feel isolating and unstructured. Because of this, NVU is now offering Live Online courses that incorporate desktop and video conferencing sessions.
Come to this session to learn how high schools throughout Vermont can now provide students with dual enrollment opportunities through this collaborative venture. We will discuss this new model of hybrid courses as well as professional development opportunities for faculty and staff, and other uses of the software and resources that have been provided to high schools in Vermont via NVU’s USDA grant.
Bobbi Jo Carter is the Associate Dean of Distance Education Programs for Northern Vermont University. Prior to taking this position at NVU (formerly Johnson State College), she held positions in Distance Education and Information Technology at four different schools in South Dakota and Alabama.
Highlights of her qualifications include:
- Doctor of Philosophy in Organization and Management with an emphasis in Information Technology
- Master of Science in E-learning Technology and Administration with a specialization in Multimedia
- Over twenty years’ professional management experience in educational technology and distance learning
- Graduate and undergraduate teaching experience