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Recruiting, Training, and Engaging Virtual Faculty via an Award-Winning Online Pedagogy Institute -- #SWDE2019

Ryan, Delia E.; Marquart, Matthea S.; Baez, Johanna C.; Garay, Kristin; Chung, Rebecca

Columbia University School of Social Work's five-week Institute on Pedagogy and Technology for Online Courses prepares future instructors and teaching assistants (TAs) to become excellent educators with our Online Campus, which offers a fully online MSW degree. 151 participants from 31 US states have passed in the first four cohorts, and they have led about 100 online courses so far. The award-winning Institute includes weekly two-hour live virtual class sessions and about three hours of homework each week in our learning management system, and now offers CEUs. This session will share the details of this institute, and its social justice approach to online education.

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April 23, 2019

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APA CITATION: Ryan, D., Marquart, M., Creswell Báez, J., Garay, K., and Chung, R. (2019, April 10). Recruiting, Training, and Engaging Virtual Faculty via an Award-Winning Online Pedagogy Institute. Workshop presented at the Social Work Distance Education Conference, San Antonio, TX.
KEYWORDS: faculty development, online education, distance education, social work education, social work distance education

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