Exemplary Experience: A Contemporary Case Study of Approach with Baker College
Designing and delivering quality online programs can seem like a herculean task as exemplary administration requires strategy, collaboration, and coordination across the institution. Join us for this webinar with Dr. Lesa Louch of Baker College, driving force of their recent exemplary designation for online program administration and Dr. Nicole Weber, OLC’s Assistant Vice President of Learning as we discuss lessons learned and inspiration found over the course of a large institution’s OLC Quality Scorecard review.
Dr. Lesa Louch
President, Baker College Online and The Center for Graduate Studies – Baker College
Dr. Lesa Louch currently serves in the role as President for Baker College Online and The Center for Graduate Studies. Dr. Louch also serves as the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Officer for the College. Over the last 2 decades, Dr. Louch has embraced a variety of leadership roles including Program Director of Teacher Education, Director of the Center for Teaching Excellence, as well as her most recent role prior to her presidency as the Associate Provost for Academics where she worked closely with both offices of Instructional Design and Assessment. Dr. Louch has special interest in institutional effectiveness, organizational change management and systems perspective including operational efficiency and strategy.
Dr. Nicole Weber
Assistant Vice President of Learning – Online Learning Consortium
Dr. Nicole Weber is Assistant Vice President of Learning and is ready to promote online quality through OLC’s Quality Scorecard Suite, support OLC’s Institute for Professional Development, and grow the efforts of OLC’s Research Center. Before joining OLC, Nicole led a team of learning technology professionals in providing online and blended faculty development, technology support and training, and partnership in emerging technology integration and evaluation at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater.