2012 Class of Sloan-C Fellows
The 2012 Class of Sloan-C Fellows
Four Sloan-C members recognized for exceptional contributions to the field of online learning
Recognizing unusual professional distinction, the Sloan-C Board of Directors confers the distinction upon individual members of the Sloan Consortium who have:
• outstanding and extraordinary qualifications in the field of online learning;
• significant experience in online learning or an allied field;
• a record of distinguished service to Sloan-C or the field; and
• extraordinary contributions or leadership in the field of online learning.
The members of the 2012 Class of Sloan-C Fellows have contributed to advancing quality, scale and breadth in online and blended education in areas represented by the Sloan-C Pillars of learning effectiveness, access, faculty and student satisfaction and scale. The new Sloan-C Fellows were recognized at the 18th Annual Sloan-C International Conference on Online Learning in Orlando, FL, in October 2012.
The 2012 Sloan-C Fellows are:
Joel L. Hartman, University of Central Florida: “For exceptional leadership in online and blended learning on a national and international scale.”
Phil Ice, American Public University System: “For distinguished service to Sloan-C and for outstanding research that has advanced the field of online learning.”
Karen K. Vignare, MSUglobal, Michigan State University: “For exemplary service to Sloan-C and for visionary leadership in the administration of online learning programs having a global scale.”
Alexandra M. Pickett, SUNY Learning Network: “For innovation and vision in conceptualizing and implementing high-quality faculty development programs and course design and delivery processes.”