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Evaluating Online Teaching: Implementing Best Practices by Ann H. Taylor, B. Jean Mandernach, Thomas J. Tobin

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Chapter TenImplementing the Evaluation Process

Roadblocks to change are unavoidable. Naysayers will abound, key power holders will put their feet down to slow or even halt progress, and inevitably there will be extremely vocal individuals who feel left out of the entire process. These obstacles have to be overcome, however, if change is to occur and be successful. Creating an evaluation process for online teaching is no different, and the challenges can be even greater. For example, some administrators may bring a healthy skepticism about online teaching and learning, faculty stakeholders may be difficult to involve fully in the deliberations if they are geographically dispersed, and online student input might be difficult to obtain if students ...

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