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Perceptions of Barriers Concerning Effective Online Teaching and Policies: Florida Community College Faculty
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Community College Journal of Research and Practice Volume 32, Number 4, ISSN 1066-8926

Abstract

This study's purpose was to examine the perceptions of Florida's full-time community college faculty members who teach by distance learning concerning the ten policy areas set forth by Berge and Muilenburg (2000). Focus group sessions indicated that faculty members felt certain barriers related to their online experiences. Faculty time and compensation, which deals with how much time faculty members spend and how much they are compensated, seemed to be the greatest barrier while access seemed to cause faculty members the least amount of concern. But factors such as training, size of the institutions, and complexity of the programs seemed to play a role in their perceptions.

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Haber, J. & Mills, M. (2008). Perceptions of Barriers Concerning Effective Online Teaching and Policies: Florida Community College Faculty. Community College Journal of Research and Practice, 32(4), 266-283. Retrieved January 31, 2023 from .

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