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Tenure, Promotion, and Distance Education: Examining the Culture of Faculty Rewards
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American Journal of Distance Education Volume 11, Number 2, ISSN 0892-3647

Abstract

A qualitative study of faculty, distance education program administrators, and chief academic officers at four research universities found that distance education has marginal status, is not highly valued or well rewarded, and is not highly related to promotion and tenure. The study concluded that institutional commitment to distance education determined rewards. (PEN)

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Wolcott, L.L. (1997). Tenure, Promotion, and Distance Education: Examining the Culture of Faculty Rewards. American Journal of Distance Education, 11(2), 3-18. Retrieved November 20, 2019 from .

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