A running list of Liberal Arts College Online and Blended initiatives:
Bryn Mawr College: Bryn Mawr leads the Blended Learning in the Liberal Arts initiative, a forum for sharing materials, ideas, and best practices related to blended learning in a liberal arts college setting. This includes a 12 college consortium working on Improving STEM Completion through Blended, Just-In-Time Math Fundamentals Support.
Council of Public Liberal Arts Colleges: COPLAC supports a Hybrid Course Sharing initiative, and is scaling up its multi-campus, distance- and team-taught digital liberal arts research seminars with support from Mellon.
Consortium for Online Humanities Instruction: An initiative of Ithaka S+R and Council of Independent Colleges, with funding funding from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the Consortium issued a Report in 2015 and is in the news in 2017.
Hope College: Hope offers summer online courses, and held a workshop on The Intersection of Liberal Education and Online Learning.
Liberal Arts Consortium for Online Learning: The consortium supports experimentation with emerging blended and online pedagogies for the liberal arts through collaborative partnership of faculty and staff at Amherst, Carleton, Haverford, Pomona, Swarthmore, Vassar and Williams colleges.
Pennsylvania Consortium for the Liberal Arts: Several PCLA colleges are collaborating to experiment with online language courses.