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April 21, 2015

[DEOS-L] DEAC Announces Peer Review Process for Non-traditional Distance Ed Providers

This may be of interest to K-12 online programs looking for a non-proprietary option.

From: Russell Poulin <RPoulin@wiche.edu>

Hello DEOS-L subscribers –

The Distance Education Accrediting Commission created a new quality review process for distance education providers that are not traditional institutions.  The Approved Quality Curriculum is a peer review process using a standard rubric to access the quality of these offerings.  In today’s blog post we look both at the AQC itself and also at the overall interest by policy-makers and regulators in what to do about non-institutional course providers.  We all need to be aware of what is happening in this space:

https://wcetblog.wordpress.com/2015/04/16/deac-announces-peer-review/

Congratulations to Leah Matthews and the whole DEAC team for the innovations  in creating AQC.

Russ

Russell Poulin
Director, Policy & Analysis
WCET – WICHE Cooperative for Educational Technologies
rpoulin@wiche.edu<mailto:rpoulin@wiche.edu>
wcet.wiche.edu<http://wcet.wiche.edu/>
303-541-0305
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