Peer review of online courses can be done at a distance using a combination of asynchronous course visits and synchronous discussion with online meeting tools. This technology-mediated approach gives online faculty the opportunity to experience an unfamiliar course interface from a student's perspective, encourages a focus on design elements distinct from course content, and promotes a feeling of community. IT personnel can enhance this process by providing faculty with archived peer-review sessions and detailed "how to" instructions, while also facilitating their hands-on experience with new technologies.
Public Relations Journal
Center for Ethical Deliberation; Decision making skills; Ethics; Online training module; Public relations professionals
Place of Publication
Public Relations Society of America
Peck, Lee Anne and Matchett, Nancy J., "An Online Ethics Training Module for Public Relations Professionals: a Demonstration Project" (2010). Department of Philosophy Faculty Publications. Paper 3.