Since the inception of the Online Education Initiative (OEI), many California Community Colleges have been working together to address online achievement gaps and increase student access to fully-resourced online courses that propel them toward completion. During this time, our system has seen the average gap between face-to-face and online success rates narrow to less than 6 percent, and our data shows OEI pilot courses moving 4.9 percent above the statewide average. There are many components now deployed within and beyond the OEI Consortium that are benefiting students and the colleges in our system while the online Course Exchange continues its rollout. This session will explore the role of the OEI, the various components and services it provides, as well as the collaborative role of the OEI Consortium in addressing the needs of California Community College students. The session will also discuss the expansion of the Consortium and the 2018 Cohort focused on student equity.
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