The iThink Online and Innovative Learning group is dedicated to supporting online learning at Case Western Reserve University. We actively support the online master's degree programs available through the Jack, Joseph, and Morton Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences and through the Case School of Engineering.
We also provide Online Learning Consultation to support schools with the design, development and delivery of other online learning initiatives such as the Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) offered through the university.
To ensure that no detail is overlooked, we engage offices and departments from across the institution at the onset of a project.
Before you can promote your online program, you must receive authorization from every state, even those where no students enroll. Failing to receive authorization from a state could result in legal action against CWRU.
Our state authorization and compliance coordinators keep up with regulations that vary from state-to-state and change on a daily basis, keeping you and your program in the clear.
We provide consultations for faculty and staff across CWRU interested in learning more about how they can put their courses or programs online.
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Email iThink@case.edu to set up a meeting.