Multi-Institution Academic Programs: Dealmakers and Dealbreakers

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Show simple item record Anderson, Dawn Moxley, Virginia Maes, Sue C. en Reinert, Dana en 2009-09-17T16:04:08Z 2009-09-17T16:04:08Z 2009-09-17T16:04:08Z
dc.description.abstract Higher education institutions are confronted with increasing demand for electronic access to educational opportunities, improved academic quality and accountability, and new academic programs that address workforce and economic needs. Collaboration allows institutions to combine resources to respond efficiently and effectively to these demands. Universities can bring together their best faculty member(s)with counterparts at similar institutions to rapidly build a new e-learning program that can be offered through each partner institution to a broad audience. The Kansas State University Institute for Academic Alliances (KState IAA) has worked with over 30 multi institution e-learning program start-ups. All of these collaborative initiatives met the K-State IAA criteria for inter-institutional program development, yet some have been wildly successful and others have failed. This paper details some of the reasons for this success (or failure). en_US
dc.subject Great Plains IDEA en
dc.subject Continuing education en
dc.subject Tuition en
dc.title Multi-Institution Academic Programs: Dealmakers and Dealbreakers en_US
dc.type Article (publisher version) en_US 2008 en_US
dc.citation.epage 119 en_US
dc.citation.jtitle Continuing Higher Education Review en_US
dc.citation.spage 103 en_US
dc.citation.volume 72 en_US
dc.contributor.authoreid dpeters; moxley; scmaes; dmr4159 en_US

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