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Comparing Attitudes of Online Instructors and Online College Students: Quantitative Results for Training, Evaluation and Administrationabout Administrative Student Support Services?

@article{Eskey2012ComparingAO,
  title={Comparing Attitudes of Online Instructors and Online College Students: Quantitative Results for Training, Evaluation and Administrationabout Administrative Student Support Services?},
  author={Michael T. Eskey and Marthann Schulte},
  journal={Online Journal of Distance Learning Administration},
  year={2012},
  volume={15}
}
The past decade has witnessed an explosion in online learning opportunities for post-secondary students throughout the United States. The university has developed a Faculty Online Observation (FOO) model to allow for an annual observation of online adjunct faculty with a focus on five major areas of facilitation. To test the effectiveness and support of the FOO, a survey related to the observation areas was administered to online faculty and students. The results determined a number of areas of… 

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