DE Policies & Procedures

Distance Education Program Mission Statement

The Glendale Community College Distance Education Program Mission is to serve a diverse population of students by providing the opportunities and support to achieve their educational and career goals. The Distance Education Program is dedicated to the importance of higher education in the evolving urban environment of Glendale and the Greater Los Angeles area and beyond. Faculty and staff engage students in rigorous and innovative online learning experiences that enhance and sustain the cultural, intellectual, and economic vitality of the community.

DE Introduction, 5-Year Plan, Statistics, CCCC DE Report

DE Handbook, Newsletters, Fact-Sheet

DE Policies and Procedures

DE Certifications and the CVC-OEI

DE Recertification and Faculty Mentorship Program

DE Ticket Notes, Course Definitions, Course Approval 

DE Laws, Guidelines, Accreditation, Faculty Evaluation 

CoDE, Academic Senate, DE Team!

Do you Have Questions or Concerns? 

Alexa Schumacher

 

 Alexa Schumacher, Ph.D.
 de@glendale.edu
 (818) 240-1000 x5298
 Faculty Innovation Center (SV112) 

 

New DE Course Approvals + CoDE + Policy + Procedure + @ONE DE Faculty Trainer

Provides leadership and guidance of the Distance Education (DE) program as it works to meet the needs of students and faculty while meeting federal and state guidelines. Responsible for the planning, coordination, and growth of instruction in an online environment at Glendale Community College. Organizes and chairs the Academic Senate Committee on Distance Education (CoDE). @ONE DE Faculty Trainer for faculty DE Certification courses and maintains the DE Certified List.