Learn how you can measure online faculty performance in a way that recognizes the unique qualities of the online teaching environment.
With the growth of online education, institutions face the unique challenge of effectively measuring the quality of online teaching and the teaching competencies of their online faculty. Rather than using new practices more suitable for the online environment, many institutions use evaluation methods developed for a traditional classroom.
Join us in Phoenix for a brand new AI conference designed to help you rethink your approach to evaluating online faculty. We will share many online evaluation models and help you integrate best practices in the evaluation of online faculty and teaching practices. You will leave the conference with a range of rubrics, instruments, and guidelines to help you develop effective practices for evaluating online faculty and teaching practices.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Academic chairs, department heads, deans, senior academic administrators, online faculty services, and faculty developers will benefit from the conference focus on formal administrative, peer, and student evaluations of online teaching as well as informal strategies for improving online teaching performance.