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  1. Fortressing faculty: Improving online faculty training programs

    Annise L. Mabry, Capella University, United States

    (2007) pp. 1–129

    A 2002 report from the National Center for Education Statistics reported that between 73-75% of undergraduate students today have one or more of the characteristics of a nontraditional student.... More

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  2. Instructional design: Seminary faculty teaching experience and spiritual formation in an online environment

    Jean M. Holdener, Capella University, United States

    Instructional design: Seminary faculty teaching experience<p>and spiritual formation in an online environment (2010) pp. 1–220

    Online learning offers institutions a competitive advantage provided that faculty members are receptive and supportive of the mission and direction. Traditional faculty members’ apprehension and... More

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  3. Issues in distance education for faculty and administrators

    Brenda Ching-Lien Yu, Texas A&M University - Commerce, United States

    (2008) pp. 1–111

    The purpose of this study was to identify perceived motivators and barriers to faculty participation in distance education in East Texas rural school districts. The research questions included... More

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  4. Administrative evaluation of online faculty in community colleges

    Douglas Duane Darling, North Dakota State University, United States

    (2012) pp. 1–80

    Policy and procedure haven't kept up with institutional practices at community colleges. With over 5.5 million college students taking online courses, 29% of college students are taking an online... More

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  5. Factors affecting faculty use of learning object repositories: An exploratory study of Orange Grove and Wisc-Online

    Hong Xu, University of North Texas, United States

    (2011) pp. 1–171

    The purpose of this study was to identify factors that motivate or impede faculty use of learning object repositories (LORs). The unified theory of acceptance and use of technology (UTAUT) served... More

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  6. Incentives and obstacles for nursing faculty in choosing to teach via distance

    Mary Patricia Curtis, Saint Louis University, United States

    (2001) pp. 1–64

    The purpose of this study was to discover the incentives and obstacles for nursing higher education faculty teaching via distance. Unique to this study was the focus on incentives that motivate and... More

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  7. Impact of training on the information technology attitudes of university faculty

    Elizabeth Lee Gilmore, University of North Texas, United States

    (1998) pp. 1–125

    The purpose of this study was to determine whether training had an impact on the information technology attitudes of university faculty. The study was twofold. First, it sought to determine whether... More

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  8. Factors affecting theatre faculty use of Web-based technologies in their undergraduate courses

    Sara Rofofsky Marcus, Touro University International, United States

    (2006) pp. 1–176

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  9. Perceived barriers to faculty participation in distance education at a 4-year university

    Janet Gwen Hebert, University of North Texas, United States

    (2003) pp. 1–95

    The purpose of this study was to identify perceived barriers to faculty participation in distance education courses in a 4-year university. The literature review was divided into four general areas... More

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  10. A study of the effects of faculty knowledge of educational technology on online classroom faculty leadership practices

    Daniel L. Nation, University of Phoenix, United States

    (2006) pp. 1–186

    This quantitative research design study has extended research by Nelms (2004) into the online leadership practices of community college faculty members who taught online courses to a larger faculty... More

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  11. A case study of faculty support in the distance English language teacher education program at Anadolu University in Turkey

    Perihan Savas, University of Florida, United States

    (2006) pp. 1–166

    The need for qualified English language teachers is growing every day. Distance education can be an alternative mode of instruction to train great numbers of English language teachers faster and... More

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  12. Bridging the gap for the mainstream faculty: Understanding the use of technology in instruction

    Lilian Metlitzky, The Claremont Graduate University, United States

    (1999) pp. 1–530

    This study examines the use of technology in the instructional domain among faculty in public comprehensive universities at the undergraduate level. It identifies the critical factors that affect... More

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  13. Motivating factors of Florida community and state college information technology faculty

    Wendy Louise Payne, The University of West Florida, United States

    (2013) pp. 1–155

    In this study the core job characteristics that contribute to the internal motivational factors and job satisfaction of information technology faculty members working at a community or state... More

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  14. Effective faculty use of the collaborative content creation lab (C3L)

    Mark Goudreau, Royal Roads University , Canada

    (2004) pp. 1–154

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  15. Faculty satisfaction and student outcomes in the online learning environment

    B. Gail Niklason, University of Wyoming, United States

    (2012) pp. 1–124

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  16. WebEd-101: A Web-based course introducing college faculty to Web-based teaching and learning

    Chad Okrusch, Montana Tech of The University of Montana, United States

    WebEd-101: A Web-based course introducing college faculty to<p>Web-based teaching and learning (2000) pp. 1–25

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  17. Electronic learning: Community college faculty perspectives

    Martha Jo Guillory Schexneider, Lamar University - Beaumont, United States

    (2009) pp. 1–85

    This study was designed to investigate the perspectives of community college faculty teaching online. Using survey methods, data was collected from 13 faculty members who taught the same subject... More

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  18. Factors affecting faculty attitudes toward use of interactive video as an instructional delivery system in selected graduate nursing programs in Texas

    Renee Drabier, Texas A&M University, United States

    (1997) pp. 1–99

    This descriptive study examined factors affecting faculty attitudes toward use of interactive video among the population of graduate nursing faculty at Texas A&M University - Corpus Christi, Texas ... More

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  19. A study of Information and Communication Technology integration by faculty teaching in a ubiquitous laptop Bachelor of Education program

    Gerald Joseph Albert Laronde, University of Toronto , Canada

    (2010) pp. 1–269

    The fast pace of technological change within education has made it challenging for Faculty of Education professors to keep current with the integration of Information and Communication Technology (... More

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  20. Engaging Faculty in Course Design: Strategies for Developing Online Courses

    Leslie Cordie, Auburn University, United States

    EdMedia: World Conference on Educational Media and Technology 2013 (Jun 24, 2013) p. 873

    Training and preparing your faculty to teach online requires a new toolkit of teaching/learning strategies. The most common type of training is on the course management software (CMS) , which... More

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