Online education is growing and so is the need for full-time online faculty. For those who have become accustomed to traditional educational models and the historical buildings on campus they should expect a few differences before migrating to a full-time online position. Even though online teaching is rewarding it isn't for everyone due to the differences in the nature of work. Some simply won't be able to work for long periods of time remotely and miss going onto campus everyday. Cultural shock is one of the reasons why hopeful professors seek to transfer back to campus based systems. However, some enjoy the experience and freedom to work from home that online teaching offers. The type of work such as teaching, research, committees, publishing, and mentoring stay the same. Differences often include: Interaction with Students: Interaction with students will be different. Even though there is email, phone, text and many other methods the overall process is remote. This i
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