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  1. May 2019
  2. Feb 2019
    1. Institutions are far less likely to require training than to offer it. Almost a quarter of institutions (23 percent) don't require professors to do any of a list of eight activities, and the proportion of CAOs saying they required participation in individual activities ranged from a high of 45 percent for self-paced training on the institution's online education technology (learning management system, etc.) to about three in 10 for training on online course design. Thirty-seven percent require instructor-led training on effective online teaching methods.
      • 77% DO require SOME training
      • 45% require LMS training
      • 30% require course design training
      • 37% require online facilitation training
  3. Jan 2019
    1. For example, in its literature review, the report identified as a key theme the importance of meaningful interaction between students and faculty members. It said a lack of sufficient interaction “is likely online education’s Achilles’ heel.”

      Sounds like poorly designed/facilitated online courses