This webinar is hosted in en-US
Planning an effective online program is an intensive process. After conceptualization, permissions need to be received, policies need to be reviewed regarding accreditation rules, faculty need to be trained and/or hired, classes and syllabi developed, and more. So, now the program is ready to roll out but where do you find students? In many cases, funds are not available to engage in massive and professional marketing activities. So, where do you go from here? In this presentation, this question will be discussed. A model of an US program in graduate education will be presented. The delivery system is moodle. Further, detailed information will be provided on how to advertise and build program capacity for the long haul to assure a steady stream of students to keep the program profitable.
Dr. Christel Broady is an associate professor of graduate education and program director of the ESL teacher endorsement at Georgetown College where she has been teaching online since 1991. She developed and taught many ESL education courses, including ESL assessment and course in technology and digital learning. Dr. Broady’s professional leadership includes regional, state, national, and global positions, among them TESOL International chair of the EEIS, President of the Kentucky TESOL, NCATE/TESOL program reviewer nationally and for Kentucky.
Her list of publications and presentations is extensive and includes regional, national, and international talks, teacher professional developments, and workshops. Among many other honors, she was chosen as an affiliate’s best presenter at TESOL International. Professional honors she received over the past 20 years range from workplace service rewards at several institutions, professional recognition to multiple awards from KYTESOL and TESOL International, such as the TESOL International Leadership and Scott Enright Intersection Service award.
Dr. Broady is involved in multiple global collaborations in the creation and dissemination of knowledge across disciplines. She defines herself as: Teacher, Learner, Knowledge Curator, Edupreneur, Speaker, Trainer, Visionary, Writer, Motivator, Interdisciplinary Global Collaborator
Doctor of Education