Leeward faculty needs for teaching online. Results

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1) Faculty status: 

2) Which of the following types of resources would you use?   
Self paced online tutorials Not Likely
Web-based resources Somewhat Likely
Guest presenters Somewhat Likely
Faculty online learning communities Somewhat Likely
Brown bag lunch discussions Somewhat Likely
Peer-to-peer exchange of ideas Somewhat Likely
Hands-on classroom workshops Somewhat Likely
Hands-on hybrid workshops Somewhat Likely
Hands-on online workshops Somewhat Likely
One-on-one mentoring/tutoring Somewhat Likely

3) What technology do you need help with when teaching online?
Choosing appropriate technologies Not Likely
Determiining ways to assess learner progress Somewhat Likely
Adapting traditional classroom activties to online Somewhat Likely
Using technology to increase learner interaction Not Likely
Virtual office hours Not Likely
Audio lectures Not Likely
Video lectures Not Likely
Web tutorials Not Likely
Synchronous discussions (e.g. Blackboard Collaborate, Skype) Not Likely
Document sharing/exchange (GoogleDocs, Slideshare, etc.) Not Likely
Social networking (e.g. Twitter, Facebook, etc.) Not Likely
Web tools and emerging technologies Not Likely
Blogging Not Likely

4) What aspects of online course organization and design do you need help with?
Creating the structure and organization of the course Somewhat Likely
Designing the aesthetics of course (e.g. fonts, colors, images, etc.) Not Likely
Identifying online course delivery tools to best meet course objectives and learner needs Not Likely
Designing online group work Somewhat Likely
Designing online discussions Somewhat Likely
Creating opportunities for online community building Somewhat Likely
Creating a schedule of course assignments and activities. Not Likely
Creating rubrics for course assignments and activities. Somewhat Likely
Ensuring ADA Accessibility standards are met Somewhat Likely

5) What aspects of teaching online do you need help with?
Managing course communications Not Likely
Managing course workflow Not Likely
Facilitating group work Somewhat Likely
Communicating and reinforcing expectations Not Likely
Facilitating asynchronous discussions (e.g. Discussion Forums) Somewhat Likely
Facilitating synchronous discussions Not Likely
Promoting community Not Likely
Improving learner support Not Likely
Facilitating “community building” Not Likely

6) Please rate your preference for days of the week: 
Monday 3
Tuesday 3
Wednesday 3
Thursday 3
Friday 1 Least preferred

7) Please rate your preference for times of the day: 
8am-9am 1 Least preferred
9am-10am 1 Least preferred
10am-11am 1 Least preferred
11am-12pm 1 Least preferred
12pm-1pm 3
1pm-2pm 5 Most preferred
2pm-3pm 5 Most preferred
3pm-4pm 1 Least preferred
4pm-5pm 1 Least preferred
5pm-6pm 1 Least preferred
6pm-8pm 1 Least preferred

8) Please rate your preference for time of year: 
Fall 3
Spring 3
Summer 1st session 2
Summer 2nd session 4
Welcome week before Fall semester 4
Welcome week before Spring semester 3
Week between Spring semester and 1st Summer session. 4
Early semester 1 Least preferred
Mid semester 1 Least preferred
Late semester 1 Least preferred

9) What was helpful when you first started teaching online?
Having someone to talk to about doing online courses.

10) What would have been helpful when you first started teaching online?
Having a better understanding of how to do online courses, creating group interaction, etc.

11) What professional development do you need now?