The Seven Principles of Good Practice

Ohio Learning Network

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The Ohio Learning Network, an e-learning site for Ohio students, explains why OLN has embraced the 7 Principles of Good Practices developed by Chickering and Gamson, in 1987. To enable broad statewide conversations about quality issues, OLN established a Task Force on Quality in Distance Learning. The Task Force reviewed national policy trends, including organizational and institutional policies, standards, and current research, and agreed that the 7 Principles of Good Practice have successfully stood the test of time and provide the foundation to high quality distance delivery methods. The site also features links and a case study.

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Subject: Education
Resource Type: Pedagogic Resources:Opinion, Overview/Summary, Assessments
Topics: Education