Educational Technology

May 28, 2015

Succession planning for online courses

Filed under: Educational Technology — admin @ 12:39 am

By Tara GarcĂ­a Mathewson, Education Dive

When faculty create online courses but pass them off to other instructors to teach, emotions can run high. The Chronicle of Higher Education reports a University of Texas at Austin associate professor of classics took to her blog to complain when her chosen successor for a course she created did not get selected for the job and she only found out in passing. Because online courses are labor-intensive to create, colleges and universities are increasingly having to navigate the tricky hand-off between instructors so that courses can run longer than their initial creators teach them.

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