Digital Faculty Development

  • Cinthya Ippoliti

Abstract

The library has always played an important role in faculty development. But with the rise of online degrees, being able to support faculty in a virtual context becomes increasingly challenging. This column analyzes some areas to consider when exploring the way in which libraries can continue to assist with these efforts.

References

Katelyn Handler and Lauren Hays, “Keeping Up With…Faculty Development,” Association of College and Research Libraries, last modified 2019, http://www.ala.org/acrl/publications/keeping_up_with/faculty_development.

“Horizon Report,” EDUCAUSE, last modified 2019, https://library.educause.edu/-/media/files/library/2019/2/2019horizonreportpreview.pdf.

Maha Bali and Autumm Caines. “A call for promoting ownership, equity, and agency in faculty development via connected learning.” International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education 15, no. 1 (2018): 3.

Bronwyn Hegarty, “Attributes of Open Pedagogy: A Model for Using Open Educational Resources,” last modified, 2015, https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/c/ca/Ed_Tech_Hegarty_2015_article_attributes_of_open_pedagogy.pdf.

Kris Shaffer, “The Critical Textbook,” last modified 2014, http://hybridpedagogy.org/critical-textbook/.

Silvia Lin Hanick and Amy Hofer, “Opening the Framework: Connecting Open Education Practices and Information Literacy,” Open Oregon, last modified 2017, http://openoregon.org/opening-the-framework/.

Published
2019-06-17
How to Cite
Ippoliti, C. (2019). Digital Faculty Development. Information Technology and Libraries, 38(2), 5-7. https://doi.org/10.6017/ital.v38i2.11091
Section
Editorials