A Faculty Development Project: Implementing Quality Online Teaching & Learning Using the MERLOT Peer Review Model. MERLOT International Conference Vancouver 2003. Laura Franklin Cathy Simpson Northern Virginia Community College. Session Objectives.
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Implementing Quality Online Teaching & Learning Using theMERLOTPeer Review Model
Northern Virginia Community College
MERLOT’S VISION is to be the online community where faculty, staff, and students from around the world share teaching-learning materials and pedagogy.
MERLOT’S MISSION is to improve the effectiveness of teaching & learning by expanding the quantity and quality of peer-reviewed online learning materials that can be easily incorporated into faculty designed courses.
* MERLOT Editorial board member in 2003
*MERLOT Editorial board member in 2003
What if we had a local project where we could actually train peer reviewers in all the language areas that we need?
What if we could actually pay these folks for their time and work?
Twenty-five NVCC faculty participants will:
during the course of the project.
editor in the language they teach.
Collaboration between NVCC faculty and the rest of the MERLOT online community grows and enhances the collection.
DOE Undergraduate International Studies and Foreign Language Program
NEH Education Development and Demonstration- Curricular online, hybrid, and technology-enhanced courses
DOE National Resource Center Program for Foreign Languages and Area Studies