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Modelling academic delivery challenges during COVID-19: a binary logistic approach

Seena Biju, Bhakti More, Selvamalar Armathlingam, Murthy V P S Veluri, Siti Nurakmar Sh Ismail
2022 Je-LKS : Journal of e-Learning and Knowledge Society  
The study adopts a quantitative research method to analyse the challenges that impacted the ease of coping with pedagogical delivery and the significant differences across the three countries.  ...  Contrary to the established results – gender, lack of formal training, work experience and home environment, which did not seem to impact consistently across the three geographical locations.  ...  Acknowledgements The research is an outcome of a collaborative project initiated during Faculty Certificate in Online Teaching Program by Manipal GlobalNxt University, the authors thank Dr Mamata Bhandar  ... 
doi:10.20368/1971-8829/1135501 doaj:2c3ceb5a34e844c69c67a583db7239ad fatcat:2azjer2if5fhhlhif7u4mttpai

Faculty experiences on emergency remote teaching during COVID-19: a multicentre qualitative analysis

Blessy Prabha Valsaraj, Bhakti More, Seena Biju, Valsaraj Payini, Vinod Pallath
2021 Interactive Technology and Smart Education  
The social context and human experiences in ERT and their impact on the process of learning are also addressed in the study.  ...  Social implications The study aims to understand the social context and human experiences in the process of ERT and their impact on the process of learning.  ...  Familiarity with online teaching Figure 5 indicates the number of citations based on prior online teaching experience before ERT, familiarity with online tools and delivery learning platform and faculty  ... 
doi:10.1108/itse-09-2020-0198 fatcat:2phdlo6nmbbvrmig3xa7p2gezy

Literature Review: "COVID-19 Pandemic: Where to Pharmacy Education?"

Pias Tomupei Musiza, Abubaker Qutieshat
2022 OALib  
The literature review focuses on the corpus of work on online learning methodologies in general and their application and impact with respect to pharmacy education.  ...  The literature review article further evaluates the impact of such strategy on curriculum development and how enduring strategies can be formulated to enhance quality assessment and education.  ...  The strategy enabled adoption of new methods of modalities, the continuation of education for the future NHS workforce and development of novel ways of online teaching and practical skills delivery in  ... 
doi:10.4236/oalib.1109050 fatcat:uffoiswhh5ghlagaqo6stqx5bi

Supporting Faculty to Face Challenges in Design and Delivery of Quality Courses in Virtual Learning Environments

Francis KIBARU
2018 The Turkish Online Journal of Distance Education  
As a result, several themes emerged, among them the need for an academic institution to dynamically adapt its mission and culture to the evolving nature of online teaching and learning.  ...  Data was collected using interviews with academic administrators and faculty experienced in design and delivery of online courses and programs.  ...  utilized that application and the impact it had on learning outcomes.  ... 
doi:10.17718/tojde.471915 fatcat:nqqsdq7ttrgpxet64hbwgtwbpe

Storytelling And Reflective Pedagogy: Transforming Nursing Education Through Faculty Development

Candice Phillips, Kellie Bassell, Laura Fillmore
2017 American Journal of Health Sciences (AJHS)  
The purpose of this quality improvement project was to develop and implement steps to initiate change in both systems and processes of teaching and learning; to provide an efficient, sustainable method  ...  to incorporate transformative pedagogies through innovative faculty development; and, to collect outcomes of an e-Learning course to support teaching, using Kirkpatrick's 4-level Model.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS We gratefully acknowledge the skill and talent of the Center for Faculty Excellence Instructional Designer, Stacie Sedlmayer, who creatively brings our faculty development initiatives  ... 
doi:10.19030/ajhs.v8i1.9953 fatcat:dyvt4siw6rhtvmuy7ktacjrlde

UDENTE (Universal Dental E-Learning) a golden opportunity for dental education

Patricia Reynolds
2012 Bulletin du Groupement international pour la recherche scientifique en stomatologie & odontologie  
The pilots revealed evidence of positive impact of a space for learning, teaching, development and communication, with tools for planning of electives and administrative support.  ...  IVIDENT, now UDENTE (Universal Dental E-learning) has been shown to offer new learning experiences for students of dentistry, but its approach can apply across all educational domains.  ...  impact on the research agenda.  ... 
pmid:22709612 fatcat:zkp2ahxm4rew3gkjze5unv2uay

Academic development through a pandemic crisis: Lessons learnt from three cases incorporating technical, pedagogical and social support

Murat Sumer, Usak Üniversitesi, Turkey, Tracy Douglas, Kwong Nui Sim, University of Tasmania, Australia, Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand
2021 Journal of University Teaching and Learning Practice  
This paper will reflect on mechanisms of support demonstrating tailored staff support to transform education in three case scenario contexts, during the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic in three different  ...  In 2020, as universities globally shifted to online learning, in response to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, a variety of staff have supported colleagues to develop e-learning techniques 'just-in-time  ...  If the faculty had prior experience on teaching online, the transition process went smoothly. On the contrary, if they did not have it, they felt anxiety about it.  ... 
doi:10.53761/1.18.5.1 fatcat:qii5sn7lyvbgreomqf3hfuupj4

Strategies for innovative teaching and learning Part 1: Foundational discussion of online learning technology

Cynthia M. Thomas, Constance E. McIntosh, Diana Bantz
2021 Journal of Nursing Education and Practice  
This initial paper will guide faculty through a short history of distance learning, the positives and negatives of online learning vs traditional on campus learning, advantages and disadvantages of distance  ...  of students and faculty.  ...  It can be challenging to take a traditional on-campus course and convert it to an online course and get the same outcomes or experience.  ... 
doi:10.5430/jnep.v11n6p67 fatcat:7tvoughsrbaptpyszgpnv5txfe

Supporting departmental innovation in eLearning during COVID-19 through eLearning champions

Sweta Patnaik, Daniela Gachago
2020 2020 IFEES World Engineering Education Forum - Global Engineering Deans Council (WEEF-GEDC)  
While the adoption of blended or online learning has been spreading across the world, it is not always implemented in a way that transforms teaching and learning.  ...  At our institution we have adopted a blended learning definition, that rather focusing on tools and technologies, highlights the importance of pedagogical considerations.  ...  While the topic of preparing faculty for online teaching is popular in the literature, many studies focus on what to teach rather than how to teach it.  ... 
doi:10.1109/weef-gedc49885.2020.9293653 fatcat:vouzqrzhwzcpffru73gp273fke

Changing Medical Education, Overnight: The Curricular Response to COVID-19 of Nine Medical Schools

Andrew P. Binks, Renée J. LeClair, Joanne M. Willey, Judith M. Brenner, James D. Pickering, Jesse S. Moore, Kathryn N. Huggett, Kathleen M. Everling, John A. Arnott, Colleen M. Croniger, Christa H. Zehle, N. Kevin Kranea (+1 others)
2021 Teaching and learning in medicine  
Evidence: While extraneous pandemic-related factors make it impossible to scientifically distinguish the impact of the curricular changes, some themes emerged.  ...  Implications: While this experience did not confirm that online medical education is really 'inevitable,' it revealed that it is possible.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors wish to thank Jennifer Hallam of Leeds University School of Medicine for compiling the data and report from her institution.  ... 
doi:10.1080/10401334.2021.1891543 pmid:33706632 fatcat:esi5guxtk5fwtkbwryzqjrtkeq

Fostering Integrated Learning and Faculty Collaboration through Curriculum Design: A Case Study

Robert L. Routhieaux
2015 Journal of Curriculum and Teaching  
The delivery moved away from the standard teaching format and teaching loads, utilizing faculty expertise in more focused and intensive means.  ...  Along the way the University has learned many valuable lessons on designing and implementing innovative curricula. This report / case study will provide more detail on these experiences.  ...  It should be noted, however, that in our experience most faculty truly welcome the increased dialogue about teaching and teaching methods.  ... 
doi:10.5430/jct.v4n1p122 fatcat:u4wh4uvmtjggxeo45khtf3c2ye

A cross sectional survey on the effect of COVID-19 related restrictions on undergraduate and postgraduate medical education in Qatar

M Thomas, S Suliman, M Allen, M Hameed, A Ghaffar, MM Emara, H Fatima, S George, R Singh, H Ghazouaini, AL Alkhal
2022 BMC Medical Education  
Conclusions Faculty and trainees agree that the COVID-19 pandemic has had a significant impact on the provision of medical education and training in Qatar, with an increased dependence on e-learning.  ...  Faculty respondents were asked about their perceived barriers to delivery of medical education during the pandemic and their agreement on a 5-point Likert scale on specific elements.  ...  The Scale-level content validity index based on the universal agreement method (S-CVI/UA) for faculty and trainee surveys across all items was 0.8 and 0.7 respectively.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12909-022-03268-z pmid:35351130 pmcid:PMC8960666 fatcat:bvcnqhxz5rdpnkskqt4ccixlvi

Delivery of Content for an Online Graduate Course on "The Management of Innovation for Engineers"

Harpreet Dhariwal, Stephen Armstrong, Chris Damaren
2011 Proceedings of the Canadian Engineering Education Association (CEEA)  
This paper will discuss the pedagogical impact and elaborate on the development and implementation of the first online graduate course at the Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering at the University  ...  This course incorporates both academic readings to provide the broad theory of innovation and in depth lectures and discussions based on the instructors many years of hands on practical experience in innovation  ...  The opportunity to teach the management of innovation using an innovative online teaching process provided the authors exposure to new teaching technologies for delivering content and for online student  ... 
doi:10.24908/pceea.v0i0.3632 fatcat:usf7qdortfbujg4xtwjx6llxru

A FRAMEWORK FOR USE OF ADJUNCT FACULTY IN TEACHING SCHOOLS

2018 Issues in Information Systems  
They complement full-time faculty who may focus on their scholarship in meeting scholarly academic qualifications of the faculty resources.  ...  Adjunct faculty have the potential to contribute significantly to a school's mission in sharing their professional experience and experiential education, and to enhance the partnership with the business  ...  AACSB accreditation also focuses on the impact of its quality inputs such as faculty and other resources on outcomes within the context of the school's mission (AACSB, 2017).  ... 
doi:10.48009/4_iis_2018_77-86 fatcat:wrfgtos4nrerflwewnxfm4hnby

Accounting Education, Accounting Profession and COVID-19?

2021 Godišnik na UNSS  
The purpose of this article is to present the impact of the coronavirus on higher education in accounting, the challenges that students face in online learning and evaluating the impact of COVID-19 on  ...  In terms of the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on different countries' education systems many differences exist.  ...  While we could argue that we have been fortunate this time that online delivery in some form was available to many of us, the impact on health of accounting faculty and students suggests very clearly that  ... 
doi:10.37075/yb.2021.1.06 fatcat:si55c6wturb7dnyqlk4saw2snq
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