For the fourth consecutive year, a University of Texas at Arlington faculty member working with the Center for Distance Education has won an international award from the United States Distance Learning Association.
Michael K. Moore, senior vice provost and associate professor of political science, has been awarded one of four Gold Best Practices Awards of Excellence in Distance Learning Teaching. Moore has taught at UT Arlington since 1992.
“Dr. Moore’s online version of Political Science 2311, first offered in 1997, is perhaps the longest running and best known online class in the state,” said Pete Smith, associate vice president for distance education. “More than 4,500 students from around Texas, the United States and abroad have enrolled in the class.”
SOURCE: Sue Steven/UTA Media Relations