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Home > Arhiva > 2010 > Numar: 1 > Wired and Tired: the cool and the agony of teaching online

 Wired and Tired: the cool and the agony of teaching online

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  • Keith N. Haley (Professor, School of Criminal Justice and Social Sciences, Tiffin University, 155 Miami Street, Tiffin, OH 44883, SUA, Phone: 800-968-6446 Ext. 3431, E-mail: khaley@tiffin.edu)


Online education is no longer an experiment in higher education course delivery, but a major and expanding means of providing educational access to millions of students throughout the world. Online courses can be informative, attractive, and motivating for both students and faculty. On the other hand, faculty must work substantially harder and longer to design and teach online courses when compared with what is needed to prepare a seated course. This article describes the challenges, joys, and complications that faculty experience in teaching online primarily from the perspective of its author who has had years of experience in designing and teaching online courses at the graduate level.



Keywords: online education, distance learning, global learning, higher education, online teaching