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"Global Students/Global Faculty: A Model for Success Factors in the Use of Off-site Faculty for Online Instruction" icon

Global Students/Global Faculty: A Model for Success Factors in the Use of Off-site Faculty for Online Instruction

Based on cross-case analysis, a model is presented to enable more informed decisions regarding the use of off-site faculty for global online instruction. Case evidence is presented that suggests off-site arrangements will work best within a technology rich educational environment. Further, substantial motivators and inhibitors exist and create a context for considering individual attributes that can influence success. Categories of issues emerged from the cases as important for consideration of off-site teaching arrangements. These include: enabling factors, benefits, communications, and challenges. Each category was examined relative to administrative issues, curriculum and instruction, and faculty characteristics. The analysis of these components is reported here in order to enable... Show More
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