Online learning has an old background and is an efficient method if applied correctly. However, during the pandemic period, it has been faced with a negative perception due to the wrong practices brought about by the mandatory and rapid transition. During this pandemic term, most educational institutions have offered support in this process to explain the process to both their students and instructors. This study examined XXX University instructors’ perspectives regarding the emergency remote teaching period in terms of their professional experience, discipline area, online instruction experience, and whether they received training in online instruction. Quantitative research methods were used in the study. An online instructor’s emergency remote teaching perspective scale has been developed and used as a data collection tool. A significant difference has been found in the discipline areas, online instruction experience, and participation in training program. From the results of the research, the need to support the instructors according to the needs specific to the disciplines has been revealed, and it is recommended to investigate the relationships between selfcompetency for online teaching and the perception of institutional support in depth.
|Publication Date||October 1, 2023|
|Submission Date||October 9, 2022|
|Published in Issue||Year 2023 Volume: 24 Issue: 4|