What could be done by each collaborating institution to encourage and enable its own students to BENEFIT from taking courses in which the lead faculty member is based on a distant campus - too distant for face-to-face meetings?
2. DISTANT FACILITATION
What could be done by the lead faculty member and other academic professionals to support the "distant" students in a course that has both "local" students AND students who participate only online?
3. LOCAL FACILITATION
What could be done by a faculty member or other academic professional at your own campus to support local students who are taking courses in which the lead faculty member is based on a distant campus - too distant for face-to-face meetings? This is especially important to avoid having students who participate in such courses online not feel disenfranchised if some other students can participate in the same course face-to-face on campus with the instructor.
Many thanks for your help.
Steve Gilbert, President, TLT Group
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