Quarterly Review of Distance Education
A difficulty for faculty new to teaching at a distance is being able to visualize the scope of needed skills and tasks that will be required of them. The purpose of this project was to provide an empirically-based, self-administered skill enhancement guide for new distance education faculty teaching via interactive satellite broadcast. A modified Delphi approach was used to survey 18 faculty members experienced in distance education from the 6 colleges at a major eastern university. Respondents created a validated task list in phase 1 and determined task criticality and sequencing of task learning in phase 2.
Original Publication Citation
Turner, J. E., & Reed, P. A. (2006). Are you ready to provide instruction via interactive satellite delivery technology. Quarterly Review of Distance Education, 7(4), 387-397.
Turner, John E. and Reed, Philip A., "Are You Ready to Provide Instruction Via Interactive Satellite Delivery Technology" (2006). STEMPS Faculty Publications. 86.
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