Ten Timesaving Tips for Part-Time Distance Learning Faculty

by Steven N. Pyser, JD Many educational institutions are offering distance education as an instructional option. Job opportunities for adjunct faculty are said to be growing; yet, some faculty are reluctant to venture online because of concerns about perceived preparation and time requirements. These timesaving tips are grounded in sound educational practice and organized around online instructor roles–pedagogical, managerial, social, and technical, as conceptualized by Dr. Zane Berge (Berge, 1995). A. Pedagogical 1. Constructing a Learning Community As an online instructor, your focus is building learning and pedagogy, and also encouraging independent scholarship in a cyber “space.” How do you […]
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