What Motivates Faculty to Teach in Distance Education?: A Case Study and Meta-Literature Review
What Motivates Faculty to Teach in Distance Education? provides seminal data on what has been found to best motivate faculty to teach online. This information is critical to most universities because, in order to stay competitive, many will increase their online course offerings. Faculty will be needed to design and teach these programs.
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