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Some faculty are resistant to teaching online. Face-to -face has worked well for them and why change. Much of this has to do with being able to adapt and grow within the teaching and learning environment. This article explores why faculty might resist change and how they might need to rethink their perspectives. It could be about job security.
American Panorama is created by the Digital Scholarship Lab at the University of Richmond. Robert K. Nelson and Edward L. Ayers serve as editors, Scott Nesbit as an associate editor. this is a dynamic way to engage on american history topics as forced migration of enslaved people and overland trails to settle the western part of the United States
Wednesday, April 13, 2016
Great article from Chronicle of Higher Education about the increasing role of instructional designers.
The job is as multifaceted as it is hard to define. But some qualities are crucial: technical ability, design skills, pedagogical knowledge, and a deft interpersonal touch.
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