Institutional Research at College of San Mateo - Distance Learning Data and Reporting
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Institutional Research

Distance Learning Data and Reporting

Overview
The reports and analyses presented here are institutional research studies about distance learning at College of San Mateo. The studies were conducted by the Office of Planning, Research, and Institutional Effectiveness and include analyses of quantitative and qualitative data as well as inventories of programs, certificates, degree and other requirements. These reports span various periods, depending on the topic, and include multiple approaches to understanding student success at CSM. Selected related resources are also included.

Please note: The Distance Education Resource Center at CSM offers a variety of resources to support students enrolled in online courses and to assist faculty who teach online. The Distance Education Resource Center is located in the College Center, Building 10, Room 437.

Reports Published: 2010-2013

Fast Facts

 Online Courses and Degree Certificate and Major Requirements

List of Online Courses: Fall 2012

Distance Education and Student Success
Update from CSM's 2013 Self Evaluation

Other data:

Satisfaction Surveys


Substantive Change Proposals

The Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges requires that colleges submit "Substantive Change" proposals for review when a program reaches a threshold in which 50% or more of the program is offered in a distance mode. The ACCJC has approved CSM's proposals, which contain studies of the effectiveness of distance education at CSM.

Program Review: Delivery-Mode Comparisons of Student Success

Administrative & Reference Documents


Other Resources