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Reconfiguring Faculty Roles for Virtual Settings
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Journal of Higher Education Volume 73, Number 1, ISSN 0022-1546

Abstract

Describes unbundling conceptually and then discusses its usefulness both in virtual environments and in traditional academic institutions. Asserts that faculty and administrators can use unbundling to compare costs of instruction under different scenarios, distribute workloads to increase effectiveness and efficiency, and, as part of a larger strategic process, to reevaluate instructional delivery. (EV)

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Paulson, K. (2002). Reconfiguring Faculty Roles for Virtual Settings. Journal of Higher Education, 73(1), 123. Retrieved December 15, 2018 from .

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