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Effectively Facilitating Assessment in Your Online Management Course

In this video tutorial, George Mason University Dean of Undergraduate Programs and Management Professor, Patrick Soleymani walks through tips to bring assessment into your online Management course.


Higher Education Video Blog New Instructor Toolkit Management Insights

In this video tutorial, George Mason University Dean of Undergraduate Programs and Management Professor, Patrick Soleymani walks through tips to bring assessment into your online Management course.

Author: Patrick Soleymani
Patrick Soleymani is Assistant Dean of Undergraduate Programs and Assistant Professor of Management at Mason’s School of Business. He teaches Organizational Behavior, Principles of Management and Entrepreneurship courses.