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Faculty Development and Supports

Choose models (COI, UNITE, others?)

  • Induction to the learning process (Jones & Lau, 2010)
  • Active student participation, supported by active facilitation (both in online and F2F components) (Derntl &Motschnig-Pitrik, 2005, So & Bonk, 2010)
  • Active participation in both modes with a focus on using time effectively (Mendez & Gonzalez, 2010, Yen & Lee, 2011)
  • Seamless interaction between the F2F and online components (Donnelly, 2010)
  • Incorporation of collaborative tasks and community building (So & Bonk, 2010, Stacey & Gerbic 2007)
  • Student centered—with a focus on flexibility, choice and empowerment (Brew, 2008, Jones & Lau, 2010, So & Bonk, 2010, Eijl, P., Pilot, A., & Voogd, P, 2005, Vernadakis, Giannousi, Derri, Michalopoulos, & Kioumourtzoglou, 2012)
  • Inclusion of formative feedback mechanisms
  • Reflection and evaluation built into design process (Laumakis, Graham & Dzubian (2009)
  • Depth of engagement with learning materials (Kian-sam & Lee, 2008)
  • Focus on learning outcomes (Stubbs, Martin & Endlar, 2006)
  • Careful selection of resources (Percival & Muirhead, 2010)

Culture and Ownership

  • Work with faculties on promotion/tenure
  • Individual scholarly teaching projects
  • Build reflective and evaluation tools for blended learning