I have the unique privilege of viewing the development of online learning through three different lenses: as former chaired and tenured faculty and program head at the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business, as former dean at Babson College in Mass., and now, as principal learning strategist at ExtensionEngine. I’ve had many conversations with institutional leaders, and too often they are complaining about how their faculty get in the way of plans for online programs.

Recently, a case at Eastern Michigan University came to light in which the administration and faculty had very different experiences with online efforts....

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About the Author:

Scott Moore, Ph.D., is principal learning strategist at ExtensionEngine, where his role is to help institutions navigate the transition to online and blended learning. Previously, he was a tenured faculty member and led the undergraduate business program at the University of Michigan for 20-plus years and was dean of the undergraduate school at Babson College.