Nominations will be accepted through 5 p.m. Monday, Feb. 8, for the 2010 Jay M. Robinson eTeaching Award.
Western Carolina University faculty members, supervising administrator and students may nominate faculty members who have two or more three-credit (or equivalent) fully online courses within the current or previous academic year. The award carries a stipend of $1,000.
A full description of the award is posted online in PDF format at paws.wcu.edu/jlebaron/JMR-2010/JMR-TchngAward-Drft.10_100122.pdf (link no longer active).
Nominations must include the name of the nominee; the number, title and dates taught of the fully online course; name and position of the nominator; and the nominator’s academic relationship to the nominee; and may include a brief explanation of why the nominee merits the award. Completed nominations should be sent to John LeBaron, who as the Jay M. Robinson Distinguished Professor of Educational Technologies is chair of the award committee, at firstname.lastname@example.org.