The Internet is never switched off. This 'always on' phenomenon has become a business and (to some) a personal challenge. Many are expected to offer services 24 x 7 x 365 globally.
This 'always on' capability has become, in my opinion, an expectation for many students in higher education."
Join Dr. Keith Starcher, Professor for the DeVoe School of Business, in his "Keith's Quick Quotes" series as he narrates summations of his ongoing research. Keith is interested in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning; in particular, he is intrigued about how SoTL applies to adjunct online faculty.
If you want to know more about a Sabbath in name only, contact Keith Starcher to request any referenced material(s).
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Narration: Dr. Keith Starcher / Professor, DeVoe School of Business
Recorded: February 15, 2018
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