Distance Learning Committee
The Distance Learning Committee acts as an advisory and recommending body to the Director of Distance Learning. The committee (1) reviews best practices for delivery and support of distance learning in asynchronous, synchronous, and mixed modes; (2) formulates recommendations for faculty policy, procedures and practices for distance delivery of instruction; (3) reviews existing and proposed distance learning programs and courses; and (4) represents Cameron University on state and regional committees and boards on the topic of distance learning.
Faculty: (Three year terms) One, by and from the Faculty Senate. Two appointed by the Vice President for Academic Affairs from programs available completely by technology enabled distance delivery. One appointed by each academic dean (or equivalent) from faculty engaged in distance delivery of instruction.
Students: (One year term) Three appointed by the Vice President for Enrollment Management and Student Success as recommended by the Student Government Association President.
Administrators: Director of Distance Learning (ex-officio, non-voting); (Three year terms) Two appointed by the Vice President for Academic Affairs (ex-officio, non-voting). One, by and from the Staff Advisory Council.