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It Is (More) about the Students: Faculty Motivations and Concerns Regarding Teaching Online

@article{Hunt2014ItI,
  title={It Is (More) about the Students: Faculty Motivations and Concerns Regarding Teaching Online},
  author={H. D. Hunt and K. Davies and D. Richardson and G. Hammock and M. Akins and L. Russ},
  journal={Online Journal of Distance Learning Administration},
  year={2014},
  volume={17}
}
“In particular, we examine whether faculty who have taught online courses, feel more prepared and more motivated to teach online and have more positive attitudes about online teaching than those who have not taught online. Our findings indicate that while there are a number of concerns about teaching online among the faculty we surveyed, concerns about students are among the most important. We end with some policy and procedural implications for why faculty may or may not use new technologies… Expand
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