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Datasets: 1999 National Study of Postsecondary Faculty

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Distance Education Instruction by Postsecondary Faculty and Staff: Fall 1998

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1 Among instructional faculty and staff at degree-granting institutions, percentage teaching distance education classes for credit, and number and percentage of such classes taught, by demographic characteristics: Fall 1998

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2 Among instructional faculty and staff at degree-granting institutions, percentage teaching distance education classes for credit, and number and percentage of such classes taught, by employment and teaching characteristics: Fall 1998

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3 Among instructional faculty and staff at degree-granting institutions, percentage teaching distance education classes for credit, and number and percentage of such classes taught, by education and experience: Fall 1998

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4 Among instructional faculty and staff at degree-granting institutions, percentage teaching distance education classes for credit, and number and percentage of such classes taught, by computer and institutional characteristics: Fall 1998

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5 Among instructional faculty and staff at degree-granting institutions, percentage teaching at least one for-credit class using non–face-to-face primary media, by demographic characteristics: Fall 1998 t05c1
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6 Among instructional faculty and staff at degree-granting institutions, percentage teaching at least one for-credit class using non–face-to-face primary media, by employment and teaching characteristics: Fall 1998 t06c1
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7 Among instructional faculty and staff at degree-granting institutions, percentage teaching at least one for-credit class using non–face-to-face primary media, by education and experience: Fall 1998 t07c1
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8 Among instructional faculty and staff at degree-granting institutions, percentage teaching at least one for-credit class using non–face-to-face primary media, by computer and institutional characteristics: Fall 1998 t08c1
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9 Among instructional faculty and staff at degree-granting institutions, percentage teaching any distance education classes and the adjusted percentage after controlling for covariation of the variables listed in the table: Fall 1998

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10 Among instructional faculty and staff at degree-granting institutions, percentage teaching any non–face-to-face classes and the adjusted percentage after controlling for covariation of the variables listed in the table: Fall 1998

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11 Average teaching load of instructional faculty and staff at degree-granting institutions, by whether they taught for-credit distance classes and employment status: Fall 1998

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12 Percentage distribution of work hours of instructional faculty and staff at degree-granting institutions across various activities, by whether they taught for-credit distance classes and employment status: Fall 1998

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13 Salary and other income of instructional faculty and staff at degree-granting institutions, by whether they taught for-credit distance classes and employment status: Calendar year 1998

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14 Number of office hours and student contact hours per week among instructional faculty and staff at degree-granting institutions, by whether they taught for-credit distance classes and employment status: Fall 1998

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15 Among instructional faculty and staff at degree-granting institutions, extent of e-mail interaction with students, by whether they taught for-credit distance classes and employment status: Fall 1998

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16 Percentage of instructional faculty and staff at degree-granting institutions using various assessment practices in any for-credit classes, by whether they taught for-credit distance classes and employment status: Fall 1998

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17 Percentage of instructional faculty and staff at degree-granting institutions using class-specific Websites, and of those, percentage using Websites to post various items, by whether they taught for-credit distance classes and employment status: Fall 1998

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18 Percentage of instructional faculty and staff at degree-granting institutions who reported they were very satisfied with various aspects of their jobs, by whether they taught for-credit distance classes and employment status: Fall 1998

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19 Percentage of instructional faculty and staff agreeing with various statements about the institutional climate, by whether they taught for-credit distance classes and employment status: Fall 1998

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B1 Standard errors for table 3: Among instructional faculty and staff at degree-granting institutions, percentage teaching distance education classes for credit, and number and percentage of such classes taught, by education and experience: Fall 1998

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C1 Number of for-credit classes taught by instructional faculty and staff at degree-granting institutions, by whether they taught distance education classes and other factors, and the adjusted number after controlling for covariation of the variables listed in the table: Fall 1998

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C2 Number of for-credit classes taught by instructional faculty and staff at degree-granting institutions, by whether they taught non–face-to-face classes and other factors, and the adjusted number after controlling for covariation of the variables listed in the table: Fall 1998

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C3 Number of course preparations taught by instructional faculty and staff at degree-granting institutions, by whether they taught distance education classes and other factors, and the adjusted number after controlling for covariation of the variables listed in the table: Fall 1998

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C4 Number of course preparations taught by instructional faculty and staff at degree-granting institutions, by whether they taught non–face-to-face classes and other factors, and the adjusted number after controlling for covariation of the variables listed in the table: Fall 1998

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C5 Average percentage of time spent on research by instructional faculty and staff at degree-granting institutions, by whether they taught distance education classes and other factors, and the adjusted percentage after controlling for covariation of the variables listed in the table: Fall 1998

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C6 Average percentage of time spent on research by instructional faculty and staff at degree-granting institutions, by whether they taught non–face-to-face classes and other factors, and the adjusted percentage after controlling for covariation of the variables listed in the table: Fall 1998

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C7 Average percentage of time spent on service and other activities by instructional faculty and staff at degree-granting institutions, by whether they taught distance education classes and other factors, and the adjusted percentage after controlling for covariation of the variables listed in the table: Fall 1998

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C8 Average percentage of time spent on service and other activities by instructional faculty and staff at degree-granting institutions, by whether they taught on–face-to-face classes and other factors, and the adjusted percentage after controlling for covariation of the variables listed in the table: Fall 1998

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C9 Base salary of instructional faculty and staff at degree-granting institutions, by whether they taught distance education classes and other factors, and the adjusted amount after controlling for covariation of the variables listed in the table: Calendar year 1998

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C10 Base salary of instructional faculty and staff at degree-granting institutions, by whether they taught non–face-to-face classes and other factors, and the adjusted amount after controlling for covariation of the variables listed in the table: Calendar year 1998

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C11 Other institutional income of instructional faculty and staff at degree-granting institutions, by whether they taught distance education classes and other factors, and the adjusted amount after controlling for covariation of the variables listed in the table: Calendar year 1998

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C12 Other institutional income of instructional faculty and staff at degree-granting institutions, by whether they taught non–face-to-face classes and other factors, and the adjusted amount after controlling for covariation of the variables listed in the table: Calendar year 1998

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C13 Student contact hours per week of instructional faculty and staff at degree-granting institutions, by whether they taught distance education classes and other factors, and the adjusted hours after controlling for covariation of the variables listed in the table: Fall 1998

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C14 Student contact hours per week of instructional faculty and staff at degree-granting institutions, by whether they taught non–face-to-face classes and other factors, and the adjusted hours after controlling for covariation of the variables listed in the table: Fall 1998

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C15 Percentage of instructional faculty and staff at degree-granting institutions who communicated with students by e-mail, by whether they taught distance education classes and other factors, and the adjusted percentage after controlling for covariation of the variables listed in the table: Fall 1998

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C16 Percentage of instructional faculty and staff at degree-granting institutions who communicated with students by e-mail, by whether they taught non–face-to-face classes and other factors, and the adjusted percentage after controlling for covariation of the variables listed in the table: Fall 1998

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C17 Percentage of instructional faculty and staff at degree-granting institutions who used Websites for their classes, by whether they taught distance education classes and other factors, and the adjusted percentage after controlling for covariation of the variables listed in the table: Fall 1998

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C18 Percentage of instructional faculty and staff at degree-granting institutions who used Websites for their classes, by whether they taught non–face-to-face classes and other factors, and the adjusted percentage after controlling for covariation of the variables listed in the table: Fall 1998 c17_c18

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