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"Best Practices for Teaching Online" is a competency-based online faculty professional development program, collaboratively developed, featuring online students and faculty at multiple institutions, and officially recognized by the
National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development (NISOD)!
Best Practices for Teaching Online prepares faculty to implement
quality course design practices, supporting an informal course development process (non-evaluative). This program is the
result of collaboration between multiple higher education institutions who have worked together in support of online faculty. The course is openly accessible (public) and there is no cost associated with participation, consideration, or adoption. An estimated 4-6 hour faculty commitment is required to complete all course materials and can be applied towards annual professional development requirements.
Faculty, this program has been created for you!
Best Practices for Teaching Online officially launched at the 2019 NISOD International Conference on Teaching and Leadership Excellence and is now available, without cost, to all higher education institutions.
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Best Practices for Teaching Online