2007 Sloan-C Awards

2007 Sloan-C Awards - Presented at the 13th Sloan-C Annual International Conference on Asynchronous Learning Networks.

These annual awards recognize significant contributions to online education. 

2007 Sloan-C Excellence in Online Teaching and Learning Award Recipients

2007 Sloan-C Awards Brochure

Excellence in Online Teaching
Michelle Pacansky-Brock, Sierra College

Most Outstanding Achievement in Online Learning by an Individual
Meg Benke, SUNY Empire State College

Excellence in Faculty Development for Online Teaching
The Quality Matters Program, Maryland Online

Excellence in Institution-Wide Online Teaching & Learning Programming
University of Illinois at Springfield

Most Outstanding Online Teaching & Learning Program
AS Veterinary Technology Distance Program, St. Petersburg College
AND
The Stevens China Program, Stevens Institute of Technology

 

2007 Sloan-C Awards Selection Committee

Judith S. Eaton, President, Council for Higher Education Accreditation
Starr Roxanne Hiltz, Distinguished Professor, New Jersey Institute of Technology (2004 Sloan-C Award for Most Outstanding Achievement in Online Learning by an Individual)
Charles Dziuban, Professor – Educational Foundations, University of Central Florida (2005 Sloan-C Award for Most Outstanding Achievement in Online Teaching & Learning by an Individual)
Carmen Gonzales, Vice Provost New Mexico State University
John V. Lombardi, President, Louisiana State University System
Stella Perez, Vice-President of Operations and Technology Programs for the League for Innovation in the Community College
Karen Swan, Research Professor in the Research Center for Educational Technology at Kent State University (2006 Sloan-C Award for Most Outstanding Achievement in Online Teaching & Learning by an Individual)
Eric E. Fredericksen, Associate Vice Provost, University of Rochester, non-voting committee chair
 


2007 Sloan-C Effective Practice Awards

Miami University
Using Quality Matters to Guide Online Course Development

West Virginia University
Asynchronous Audio Feedback to Enhance Teaching Presence and Students’ Sense of Community

 

The 2007 Effective Practice Awards were selected by a committee unaffiliated with candidate institutions, including Karen Swan and Dan Robinson of Kent State University, John Sener of Sener Learning Services, and John Bourne and Janet Moore of Sloan-C.