The University-wide Jay M. Robinson Award for excellence in eTeaching will again be awarded in 2013. This award will be accorded to an exemplary WCU online teacher by a panel that includes student and faculty peer representation. All WCU faculty members, including adjunct and tenure-track instructors, are eligible for consideration provided that any nominee has taught no fewer than two fully online courses in the current or previous academic year. Nominations are accepted from faculty colleagues, supervising administrators or students enrolled in a course submitted for consideration. The Review Panel is chaired by the Jay M. Robinson Distinguished Professor for Educational Technologies. Members are drawn from representatives of the University colleges, the Division of Educational Outreach, student associations, the eLearning Faculty Learning Community and the Coulter Faculty Commons. The Award carries a stipend of $1,000 and University recognition at its annual teaching awards event.
The Coulter Faculty Commons facilitator for the Jay M. Robinson Award is Robert Crow (firstname.lastname@example.org or extension 2761).