Reliability and validity of an evaluation tool for the online class

Prof. Amany Saleh, Ph. D. [], Arkansas State University []
Educational Leadership, Curriculum, and Special Education
P.O. Box 2781, State University, AR
Assist. Prof. Marcia Lamkin, Ed. D. [], University of North Florida []
Department of Leadership, Counseling & Instructional Technology,
1 UNF Drive, Jacksonville, FL 32224


As institutions of higher education experience a dramatic rise in the demands for online classes, faculty members are at a loss for available tools effectively to evaluate their teaching practices. The authors of this article developed an instrument to give higher education faculty reliable feedback on their online classes. The authors developed an instrument that is unique to the online classroom and addresses issues that evaluation tools for traditional classes cannot address, such as course delivery, instructor's online input, and efficiency of the medium. In this article, the authors report on the reliability and validity of this instrument.

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e-learning, distance learning, distance education, online learning, higher education, DE, blended learning, MOOCs, ICT, information and communication technology, collaborative learning, internet, interaction, learning management system, LMS,

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