Grossmont College Distance Education Mission Statement:
Support faculty and staff in developing the skills and knowledge
necessary to build a rich and engaging online learning environment.
Distance Education (DE) is guided by the DE Subcommittee, which
reports to the
Technology for Teaching and Learning Committee (TTLC).
Information on TTLC can be found on this
link (scroll down for a list of agendas and meeting minutes.) This subcommittee meets twice a month on the second and fourth Wednesday
during the fall and spring semesters. Janet Gelb chairs this
subcommittee. Current members include: Carl Fielden, Chris
Rodgers, Denise Schulmeyer, Janet Gelb, Joann Carcioppolo, Dr. Douglas
Hersh, Mike Reese, Steve Baker, Will Pines.
or Dr. Douglas Hersh if you are interested in joining this
subcommittee or working with us on a project.
View the Agendas and Minutes for the DE Subcommittee
The District, in conjunction with Cuyamaca College and Grossmont
College, has created a comprehensive site to support student and faculty
success in the online learning environment:
Here you will find information such as the following:
Distance Education Plan
In addition, the DE Subcommittee created a
Distance Education Plan to help guide the college
in creating an exceptional learning environment for our online students.
If you are a faculty member at Grossmont College and you would like
to create a Distance Education course, please visit the
Curriculum Committee's website for further information.
To learn more about Visit the Research, Planning and Institutional
Effectiveness website for the most recent
Distance Education Report.
Click here for the Distance Education Substantive Change Proposal
Approved by ACCJC in 2012.
Click here for the Guide to Evaluating Distance
Education and Correspondence Education (scroll down to find the
Here you can find presentations that were done on campus in relation to
2013 at Council of Chairs & Coordinators
10, 2013 Online Instructors Forum