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Addressing Imposter Syndrome with Online Faculty -- #SWDE2021

Marquart, Matthea S.; Thompson, Melissa M.; Cummings, Stephen; Ryan, Delia E.

These are the slides from a conference session at the 2021 Social Work Distance Education Conference.

SESSION DESCRIPTION:
In the ongoing effort to orient and support online faculty, one major barrier is the notion of “Imposter Syndrome.” Online faculty may struggle with the fear they are not adequate to the task of educating social work students. This panel discussion will include leaders in online education, who will describe their experiences addressing this issue with faculty they have oriented and mentored, and share concrete examples of how they have addressed “Imposter Syndrome.”

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Academic Units
Social Work
Published Here
April 19, 2021

Notes

CITATION:
Marquart, M., Thompson, M., Cummings, S., and Ryan, D. (2021, April 15). Addressing Imposter Syndrome with Online Faculty. Panel for the Social Work Distance Education Conference, San Antonio, TX. Online via Zoom.

KEYWORDS:
Imposter syndrome, online faculty, online teaching, online education, social work