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Tracing Successful Online Teaching in Higher Education: Voices of Exemplary Online Teachers

by Evrim Baran, Ana-Paula Correia & Ann Thompson - 2013

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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 115 Number 3, 2013, p. 1-41
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 16896, Date Accessed: 9/28/2020 9:10:57 PM
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  • Evrim Baran
    Middle East Technical University
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    EVRIM BARAN is an assistant professor within the Department of Educational Sciences at Middle East Technical University. Her research focuses on technology and teacher education, online learning, and the impact of emerging technologies on education and society. Her recent publications on online education include Transforming Online Teaching Practice: Critical Analysis of the Literature on the Roles and Competencies of Online Teachers (Distance Education, 2011) and Successful Facilitation Strategies in Online Discussions: When Students Take the Lead (Distance Education, 2009).
  • Ana-Paula Correia
    Iowa State University
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    ANA-PAULA CORREIA is an associate professor in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction and Center for Technology in Learning and Teaching and a faculty member with the Human-Computer Interaction program at Iowa State University. Her current research program encompasses three interrelated foci: collaborative learning, online learning and teaching, and curriculum development in educational technology. These are connected to a common and underlying theme in her research: instructional design. Her research takes place in formal and informal learning contexts under a diverse set of conditions (e.g., in class vs. online), and it is aimed at diverse audiences.
  • Ann Thompson
    Iowa State University
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    ANN D. THOMPSON, university professor at Iowa State University, has devoted her career to designing, studying, and implementing effective uses of technology in education. In June 2011, Technology and Learning magazine named her one of its 10 most influential people in Ed Tech for 2011. Her recent publications focus on initiatives in technology pedagogical content knowledge, technology professional development, and technology in teacher education. She is coeditor of the Journal of Digital Learning in Teacher Education.
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