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Staying the Course: Online Education in the United States, 2008 reports that higher education institutions believe that the economic changes will have a positive impact on overall college enrollments, with online courses and programs for working adults seeing the greatest interest.
Has the rapid expansion of online education put your institution on a collision course with faculty incentive policies? Although more and more faculty are teaching online, few colleges and universities are proactively addressing faculty workload, promotion, and tenure policies to more accurately reflect the differences between teaching online and teaching face-to-face.
Has email overtaken your life? Teresa Marie Kelly offers hope. As a distance education faculty member at Kaplan University, Kelly knows first hand how easy it is to fall into the email trap and offers the following four tips for to help online faculty create a better work-life balance. […]
The Buck Institute for Education’s definition of project-based learning-“a systematic teaching method that engages students in learning knowledge and skills acquired through an extended inquiry
If we had been asked if we were prepared to teach online before teaching our first online courses, the answer would have been a naïve
Students’ perceptions of what an online course will be like are often quite different from how it really is. That is why Jim McKeown, assistant
Creating a Web-based course from a current, successful on-ground course is difficult and, at best, can be considered a translation process. In the past, instructors