Sample of Available Supports and Services via the OeLC Coordinator

  • provide an overview of the OeLC – how it is governed and how it operates
  • provide information on the various levels of OeLC membership (Associate, Regular, Alt Ed/Con Ed/Adult Ed/Summer School)
  • provide an overview of the benefits of OeLC membership
  • provide a presentation regarding misconceptions that sometimes surround eLearning
  • provide data on request (e.g., enrollment, waitlist, success, attrition, traffic balance, growth, course demand, etc.)
  • assist in organizing, promoting, running, and/or participating in eLearning-related PD events/activities in your Board
  • deliver presentations/workshops for targeted groups (e.g. new GCs/Office users, new DeLCs/eRegistrars, IT Staff) on the SSeS and how to use it effectively (also includes using the OeLCs WordPress website and Google Sharing Site effectively)
  • provide information on the process for the determination of the number of eLearning sections required to meet system demand (approaches that may be used to measure local demand, as well as those used to measure demand in the OeLC at large)
  • provide information and/or deliver presentations on various approaches to eLearning section allocation, eTeacher staffing models, as well as approaches to hiring, that are being applied by our member Boards
  • provide information and/or deliver presentations on various models of eLearning department structures, as well as eTeacher timetabling structures, amongst our member Boards
  • assist in a review of your eLearning program, covering such items that include, but are limited to:
    • participation rates for eLearning in your Board as a whole, as well as at the school level
    • enrollment in your Board’s eLearning courses broken down by in-board and out-of-board students (current and historical)
    • enrollment trends: i.e., periods of high and low enrollment
    • waitlist; i.e., courses for which your students remain waitlisted and were unable to gain acceptance
    • traffic balance (current and historical); i.e., the balance between the number of students coming in from out-of-board vs the number of your students taking out-of-board courses (includes insight into the courses your students are pursuing out-of-board)
    • attrition rates in the eLearning courses you offer, as well as attrition rates of your students taking eLearning courses (in you Board as a whole, as well at the school level); Includes magnitude, spikes, and comparison to the OeLC at large
    • reasons students are dropping from eLearning in your Board as a whole, as well as the school level; Includes comparison to the OeLC at large
  • connect member Boards based on common interests/initiatives (e.g., eHubs)
  • provide information on Ministry policy as it relates to eLearning
  • provide information from a national perspective regarding eLearning in other Provinces/Territories via involvement with CANeLearn