Faculty Perceptions on the Benefits of Instructor Evaluation for Improved Online Facilitation.

Intermediate, Advanced
Session Description
This research study reviewed the Online Instructor Evaluation System (OIES) used by Park University’s Distance Learning program. The system is a peer/administrative means to evaluate adjunct instructors for effective online class facilitation. Online instructors who had been evaluated by the OIES were surveyed on their perspective of how the OIES impacted their online instruction. Both quantitative and qualitative results of the research survey indicated that online adjunct instructors perceived the OIES as a beneficial system to gauge and improve online facilitation.

Examples of the survey instrument and results will be proffered. As time allows, interactivity will include quizzing the audience members on their roles for their institutions, background in evaluation, and experiences with evaluation of online instructors.

Marthann Schulte, Park University, Portsmouth, Virginia, USA

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4 Responses to Faculty Perceptions on the Benefits of Instructor Evaluation for Improved Online Facilitation.

  1. Cathy Taylor April 21, 2014 at 5:33 am #

    Hi Marthann,

    This looks like a great topic! I’m looking forward to the presentation. Best of luck on Wednesday!

  2. Curtis Ho April 22, 2014 at 12:27 am #

    Conference Proceedings Paper

  3. curtis@hawaii.edu April 22, 2014 at 12:59 am #

    2014 TCC Conference Proceedings Paper

  4. mschulte@park.edu April 22, 2014 at 3:58 am #

    Hi Cathy,

    Thanks! I’m hoping that attendees find the information valuable. With only 20 minutes, it will be a “wild ride” through the research outcomes!


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