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Education, Higher--Web-based instruction;Universities and colleges--Faculty Disciplines Higher Education Administration Abstract The Internet has become a popular vehicle for the delivery of programs and courses among institutions of higher education.
Nevertheless, it appears that many faculty members are still resistant to engage in online delivery based on biases and preconceptions rather than facts. The purpose of this action research project was to learn positive and negative views of faculty at Rowan University regarding online delivery of courses in an attempt to increase their participation in this mode of delivery.
Additionally the researcher sought to explore if faculty concerns about online education could be addressed, clarified, or dispelled. The research was conducted using a mixed methodology approach within the overarching framework of transcendental phenomenology to guide the process.
Data was gathered using quantitative surveys, qualitative focus groups, and mixed methods surveys.
In addition, it is shown that there are several other factors that, if strategically implemented, could facilitate faculty adoption of online education, among them: Recommended Citation Farney, Steven, "Changing times:Search the Auburn University Libraries' online catalog, AUBIECat, and other resources available to students, faculty, and staff of Auburn University.
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