Become an E-Fellow

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E-Fellowship Program

The purpose of the E-Campus Research Fellowship Program is to have MU/MUR contribute research and scholarly works to advance the field of online learning in higher education through relationships between faculty and E-Campus. E-Campus fellows will embark on research and/or scholarly activities in collaboration with the Regional E-Campus with the goal of one or more of the following: published work, conference presentation, grant submission. Participants will be chosen via proposal submission.

The Regional E-Campus wants to help Miami University Regionals faculty do what they do best. Even if you’ve been teaching for decades, we can introduce you to helpful tools, inspire you to try new things, and get you excited about teaching again. E-Campus isn’t just about technology anymore, and our experienced E-Campus team is passionate about innovation in teaching and learning across modalities. This is further supported through the facilitation of scholarly activities in the areas of technology and online learning.

About the E-Fellowship Program

Explore the Research of E-Fellow Alumni

oswald-barb.pngThe E-Fellowship program's support was amazingly helpful because I could call on Tom (Mays), or anybody else in the E-Fellow group, at any time to help me think through my authentic assessments, to give me a fresh pair of eyes, to get some comments and assistance in any time I needed. So, it was great to have that support system there to help me as I thought through developing these assessments.

Dr. Oswald's Authentic Assessments

hoffman-tracey.pngSince the Pre-K associate degree had recently gone fully online, this was the perfect time to research the impact of going from a face-to-face format to an online format. I was looking for an opportunity to do some research with a group of individuals who could support my ideas and help me to explore different aspects of social presence in online teacher preparation. [The fellowship program] supported me during the entire process; from the initial research design to the final draft of my article.

Dr. Hoffman's Social Presence in Teacher Preparation

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For more information, contact Tom Mays,

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