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Dr. Dennis Shares Tips for Online Faculty Recruitment

In the Media | 01.22.20

Michelle Dennis, Ph.D., Chair of the Department of Leadership and Applied Psychology for the Online Campus, published an article on FacultyFocus.com featuring tips for recruiting faculty to teach in an online environment.

Dr. Dennis listed guidelines for hiring online faculty that includes forecasting faculty needs, developing position descriptions, the importance of diversity, evaluating prospective faculty, and virtual teaching simulations.

“Core competencies for online teaching relate to organizational and time-management skills and the ability to facilitate collaboration and teamwork, pose questions effectively and present and engage fully in virtual environments,” said Dr. Dennis.

Read more in the Faculty Focus article, “Best Practices for Online Recruitment.”

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