Students Improving Online Programs

January 15, 2013
Writer: Eric Johnson

Would you like to do more to improve the online programs and courses? Each semester, 10 students volunteer their time to be a part of what is known as the Online Student Advisory Board (OSAB). The OSAB is a compilation of various types of students that participate in BYU-Idaho online programs and courses.

Once a month during the semester, these students meet for 30-45 minutes on Google hangout; they also fill out a short survey about their online experiences. The goal of the interactions is to gather information and feedback about strengths and weaknesses in the online programs and courses. They give their input concerning the BYU-Idaho online programs so that these programs can run more effectively and provide more students a quality educational experience.

We are recruiting for the winter semester! If you are interested in being a part of the OSAB, please click here.