Course Sharing Among Institutions

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Top of Mind Podcast: Course Sharing Among Institutions
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The Council of Independent Colleges has created a course-sharing consortium. The platform allows students to take digital courses offered by other institutions similar to their own. In this episode, Katelyn Ilkani talks with Dr. Bryan Boatright, Assistant Vice President for Academic Affairs and University Registrar at the University of Mount Union. Dr. Boatright explains how the course sharing works, shares lessons learned, and highlights some successes of the consortium.

Highlights include:

  • What challenges do registrars face when allowing students to enroll in courses offered by another institution?
  • How have students and administrators benefited from the course-sharing arrangement?
  • How has Mount Union decided which courses to offer through the sharing platform?
  • What effect does the course-sharing model have on tuition?

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As President and COO of Tambellini Group, Katelyn Ilkani leads operations across all internal teams. Bringing over 15 years of technology and leadership experience, Katelyn will serve Tambellini’s hundreds of institutional and vendor clients during an era of rapid evolution in the higher education technology market. Career highlights include time in leadership at IBM and Accenture, as well as building her cyber security start-up.

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