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The Evolution
of Faculty
& Expertise
in Higher Education
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Lisa Johnson, PhD
Lisa Johnson, PhD
lisajohnsonphd@gmail.com
http://reflectivelearning.net
Abstract
“Technological changes have accelerated the unbundling and specialization of duties and
responsibilities historic...
1956
Image Sources: parkcityhistory.org, flickr.com, keithwoolliams.last-memories.com
Faculty and their expertise were sca...
1976
Image Sources: flickr.com, northeastern university archives
Growth of adjunct faculty and use of standard curriculum,...
1996
Image Sources: gadgets.ndtv.com, abc.net.au, windows.microsoft.com
Internet, email, desktop (one-click) publishing… E...
2006
Image Sources: bu.edu, diaryofaniphone.blogspot.com, onlineuniversitiesorma.blogspot.com
(Micro)Blogs, Wikis, Commerc...
2016
Image Sources: seoupdates4u.net, businessinsider.com
Mobile Computing (Smartphones, Tablets, Wearables), Widespread
W...
Influential Factors
1. Disappearance of geographic monopolies in educational
services
2. Concepts of learners as clients, ...
Next Steps...
“Discussions are needed among legislators, administrators,
faculty and learners about the impact the evoluti...
Lisa Johnson, PhD
Assistant Professor - Instructional Design & Technology
Thank You for Participating!
LISAJOHNSONPHD@GMAI...
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Paper Presentation, Distance Learning Administration 2016 Conference, Jekyll Island, Georgia, USA.

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  1. 1. The Evolution of Faculty & Expertise in Higher Education Paper Presentation Lisa Johnson, PhD
  2. 2. Lisa Johnson, PhD lisajohnsonphd@gmail.com http://reflectivelearning.net
  3. 3. Abstract “Technological changes have accelerated the unbundling and specialization of duties and responsibilities historically aligned to faculty in Unites States’ higher education systems. These changes have redefined the scope and significance of faculty expertise in and outside of the classroom. This paper provides an overview of the evolution of faculty roles and expertise occurring 1956-2016 and was written primarily with the intention of encouraging discussions among legislators, administrators, faculty and learners about the impact these changes are having on the quality of learning and satisfaction of all higher education industry participants and beneficiaries” (Johnson, 2016). Johnson, L. (2016). The evolution of faculty and expertise in higher education. Distance Learning Administration 2016 Conference. Jekyll Island, Georgia, USA.
  4. 4. 1956 Image Sources: parkcityhistory.org, flickr.com, keithwoolliams.last-memories.com Faculty and their expertise were scarce and often highly esteemed. Knowledge was still very place dependent.
  5. 5. 1976 Image Sources: flickr.com, northeastern university archives Growth of adjunct faculty and use of standard curriculum, yet scarcity and esteem of faculty expertise persists. Knowledge continues to be place-based.
  6. 6. 1996 Image Sources: gadgets.ndtv.com, abc.net.au, windows.microsoft.com Internet, email, desktop (one-click) publishing… Expertise is increasingly distributed as “America Goes Online” & early- adopters of web-based sharing in academia thrive and peer-to- peer networks for student learning and among the masses proliferates.
  7. 7. 2006 Image Sources: bu.edu, diaryofaniphone.blogspot.com, onlineuniversitiesorma.blogspot.com (Micro)Blogs, Wikis, Commercial and Organizational Websites, Social Networks, Explosion in Video/Webinars & Simulations, Localization and Auto- Translation, Global Learning Communities, Online (Library) Databases…
  8. 8. 2016 Image Sources: seoupdates4u.net, businessinsider.com Mobile Computing (Smartphones, Tablets, Wearables), Widespread Wifi & Broadband Access, MOOCs, Self-Teaching, ePortfolios, Adaptive Learning, Competencies, Standards, and Outcomes-Based Learning Models, Enterprise Course Design and Deployment.. = reshaping faculty esteem & increasing proliferation of access to knowledge.
  9. 9. Influential Factors 1. Disappearance of geographic monopolies in educational services 2. Concepts of learners as clients, customers, and sometimes “students” 3. Increased tuition costs resulting in consumerist behaviors (e.g., degree shopping/financing) 4. Increased student loan debt 5. Decreased federal, state, and endowment funding for institutions 6. Increased competition (e.g., public, private, for-profit) 7. Increased use of part-time faculty / rise of the professional adjunct 8. Increase in adult learners (i.e., “non-traditional” learners as student populations beyond community colleges) 9. Evolving regulatory procedures (e.g., accreditation, state & federal) 10. Shifting modalities (i.e., mobile, competency-based, online, blended/hybrid/enhanced, MOOCs, accelerated models, etc.) Turoff, M. (2006). The changing role of faculty and online education. Journal of Asynchronous Learning Networks, 10(4) 129- 138. Retrieved from http://onlinelearningconsortium.org/jaln/v10n4/changing-role-faculty-and-online-education Which Factors Have Been Most Influential in Your Experience?
  10. 10. Next Steps... “Discussions are needed among legislators, administrators, faculty and learners about the impact the evolution of faculty roles is having on the quality of learning and satisfaction by every participant in and beneficiary of the higher education industry” (Johnson, 2016)
  11. 11. Lisa Johnson, PhD Assistant Professor - Instructional Design & Technology Thank You for Participating! LISAJOHNSONPHD@GMAIL.COM | HTTP://REFLECTIVELEARNING.NET

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