Cyberbullying in the Online Classroom

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With the increase of online learning has come a subsequent rise of cyber-bullying. Bullying has typically been found in the workplace and between students in the classroom, outside of the classrooms, and in many forms of social media. Most recently, faculty members have become targets and victims of online bullying. For many, there are not established policies or training on how to react. The current research addresses the scope of the problem, a review of the findings of cyber-bullying related to a university with a majority of students and instructors online, and a plan for addressing the problem through policies, training, and professional development. The research included a survey of current online faculty, the findings, and recommendations for addressing the problem.
Michael Eskey, Park University, St Simons Island, GA, USA
Michael_Eskey_64Dr. Michael Eskey is an associate professor of criminal justice at Park University. He has served as the program coordinator for the criminal justice administration program since 2009. Additionally, he is on half-time release as an online instructor evaluator with Park Distance Learning. Dr. Eskey has taught at both the graduate and undergraduate level since retiring from the military in 2001 at the rank of colonel.
Michael Eskey Jr., Albany State University, Athens, GA, USA
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4 Responses to Cyberbullying in the Online Classroom

  1. Curtis Ho April 22, 2014 at 12:37 am #

    Conference Proceedings Paper

  2. April 22, 2014 at 12:51 am #

    2014 TCC Conference Proceedings Paper

  3. April 22, 2014 at 4:02 am #

    Hi Mike and Mike, Jr!

    I look forward to your presentation!


  4. Cathy Taylor April 23, 2014 at 5:28 am #

    Hi Mike and Mike,

    Sounds like a great topic. Good to see you at TCC again.


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