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Governance and Structure

Review the roles, responsibilities and members of the committees below:


eLearning Strategy and Implementation Oversight Committee

Role and responsibilities

  • Develop and make decisions regarding program migration and new program development processes
  • Approve or reject proposals for new online programs and proposals for the migration of an existing program online (the committee will serve as one of the University-level approvers, along with the Board of Curators)
  • Facilitate among campuses during the program collaboration period (if applicable)
  • Designate and coordinate instruction allocation in the event of program collaboration across universities
  • Assist universities in determining revenue share / revenue allocation agreements with the system for online programs
  • Provide input on other eLearning operations issues as needed

Members

  • Matthew Gunkel, Chair
  • Ben Canlas, Director of Enterprise Application Services, UM System
  • Steven Chaffin, Research Consultant, UM System
  • Beth Chancellor, Interim Vice President for Information Technology, UM System
  • Diane Filion, Interim Deputy Provost, UMKC
  • John Herron, Interim Dean College of Arts and Sciences, UMKC
  • Steve Graham, Senior Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs, UM System
  • Kevin Hogg, Director of Real Estate and Business Services, UM System
  • Jennifer Lundgren, Provost, UMKC
  • Matthew Martens, Associate Provost, MU
  • Marie Mora, Provost, UMSL
  • Ryan Rapp, Chief Financial Officer, UM System
  • Latha Ramchand, Provost, MU
  • Amber Reinhart, Provost Faculty Fellow, UMSL
  • Steve Roberts, Interim Provost, Missouri S&T

eLearning Academic Council

Role and responsibilities

  • Develop and make recommendations to the chief eLearning officer (CeLO) regarding program quality and standards. Decisions made by the council are subject to approval by the CeLO.
  • Make recommendations on programs to migrate to the systemwide scaling and growth effort. Decisions are subject to approval by the Oversight Committee.
  • Define what an ongoing quality management/continuous improvement process looks like
  • Prepare best practices for selection and training of faculty to ensure quality instruction
  • Define retention, persistence and other metrics that will be used in assessing the success of the Office of eLearning and the divisions offering online courses and programs.
  • Review key metrics related to online learning, student success, learner engagement, graduate productivity and others, with an eye for recommending goals for improvement.
  • Provide input on eLearning academic issues as needed.

Members

  • Jeffrey Cawlfield, Vice Provost for Undergraduate Studies, Missouri S&T
  • Lauri Ellinghausen, Assistant Vice Provost of Academic Innovation, UMKC
  • Steve Graham, Senior Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs, UM System
  • Matthew Gunkel, Chief eLearning Officer, UM System Office of eLearning
  • Keeta Holmes, Director of Faculty Development for CTL, UMSL
  • Heather Hunt, Associate Professor of Engineering and Director of Undergraduate Studies, MU
  • Irina Ivliyeva, Professor of Arts, Language and Philosophy, Missouri S&T
  • Jeff Jennings, Instructional Designer, Center for Advancing Faculty Excellence, Missouri S&T
  • Matthew Martens, Associate Provost, MU
  • Molly Mead, Assistant Vice Provost of Academic Innovation and Manager of Instructional Technology Services, UMKC
  • Victoria Mondelli, Director of Teaching for Learning Center, MU
  • Caprice Moore, Associate Provost for Administration, Missouri S&T
  • Carrie Nicholson, Research Consultant, UM System
  • Amber Reinhart, Provost Faculty Fellow, UMSL
  • Keng Siau, Chair and Professor of Business and Management Systems, Missouri S&T
  • Kati Toivanen, Professor of Art and Art History, UMKC
  • Danna Wren, Senior Director for Academic Technologies, UM System Office of eLearning

Online Faculty Advisory Committee

Role and responsibilities

The Online Faculty Advisory Committee is a component of the UM eLearning initiative and implementation. The team includes faculty members with significant experience teaching in an online format as well as those with active research interests in the area. Together, these faculty members work toward determining innovative ways to achieve the scale desired in UM System’s vision for our eLearning initiative.

Members

  • David Enke, Professor of Engineering Management and Systems Engineering, Missouri S&T
  • Steve Graham, Senior Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs, UM System
  • Amanda Grimes, Assistant Professor of Nursing, UMKC
  • Katherine Grote, Associate Professor of Geological Engineering, Missouri S&T
  • Matthew Gunkel, Chief eLearning Officer, UM System
  • Heather Hunt, Associate Professor of Engineering and Director of Undergraduate Studies, MU
  • Haitao Li, Associate Professor of Supply Chain Management and Analytics, UMSL
  • Rose Marra, Professor of Information Science and Learning Technology, MU
  • Jennifer Reynolds Moehrle, UMSL
  • Kara Moskowitz, Assistant Professor of History, UMSL
  • Amber Reinhart, Provost Faculty Fellow, UMSL
  • Leigh Salzsieder, Chair and Professor of Accounting, UMKC
  • Keng Siau, Chair and Professor of Business and Management Systems, Missouri S&T
  • Bethany Stone, Professor of Biological Sciences, MU
  • Kati Toivanen, Professor of Art and Art History, UMKC
  • Klaus Woelk, Associate Professor of Chemistry, Missouri S&T

Student Services Advisory Committee

Role and responsibilities

The eLearning Student Services Council liaises with the Office of eLearning and members' campuses to provide feedback on how services are delivered and working, and what needs to be adapted or added to help ensure best-in-class service for online students. 

  • Determines the set of services to which all fully online students will have access and develops a roadmap to ensure proper follow-through and processes.
  • Provides guidance on third-party vendors to ensure they are meeting deliverables and service levels.
  • Liaises with constituent groups on each campus to ensure communication.
  • Enhances and maintains coordination among offices (eLearning, Registrar's, Cashiers, Division of IT, Libraries, SIS, Graduate School, Admissions, Institutional Research, and Financial Aid) to more fully integrate support and services for online students.
  • Informs other eLearning governance councils and potential consequences of recommendations under consideration, and about the feasibility of and timeframe for implementing said recommendations. 
  • Provides input on other student services issues as needed.

Members

  • Coming soon

Reviewed 2020-05-19