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Implementing Effective Online Teaching Practices: Voices of Exemplary Faculty
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Innovative Higher Education Volume 31, Number 2, ISSN 0742-5627

Abstract

This qualitative study explores the process of implementing effective online teaching practices through interviews with thirty exemplary instructors. Emergent themes include providing students with constructive feedback, fostering interaction and involvement, facilitating student learning, and maintaining instructor presence and organization. Analyses of the findings and implications for online instruction are presented.

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Lewis, C.C. & Abdul-Hamid, H. (2006). Implementing Effective Online Teaching Practices: Voices of Exemplary Faculty. Innovative Higher Education, 31(2), 83-98. Retrieved February 21, 2019 from .

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