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The teaching practice that the department found helpful was self-guided reflection and assessment of professional development needs to improve course design and delivery. Professional development opportunities included cohort experiences, webinars, and self-paced trainings on online best practice including: course organization, student engagement, content delivery and assessment.
- 630 UNLV faculty participated in the Summer Course Improvement Program. The first step was to self-assess their online teaching practices and identify their professional development needs and goal. 262 chose to enhance a skill and 368 chose to incorporate a new strategy in their course
- 523 UNLV faculty attended one or more professional development opportunities, and provided evidence of a change in their course content or delivery approach
- 469 UNLV faculty identified an evaluation strategy for the effectiveness of this change
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UNLV Office of Faculty Affairs
Online education; Self-assessment; Online; Quality
Education | Higher Education | Online and Distance Education | Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
Hudson, Nicole, "Reflections Drive Online Course Quality" (2021). UNLV Best Teaching Practices Expo. 139.
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