A LinkedIn discussion group lists online faculty’s opinion about the reasons, which lowers their morale:
Share your impressions and recommendations
here is information on who offers online program evaluation:
If you are looking for innovative ideas….
#eLearning is an excellent foundation to develop good online/hybrid class…
the solution found by some organizations regarding proctoring is neither “automated,” nor “man-powered.” It is in between:
what are your ideas for effective proctoring?
New technology can increase student preparation and engagement between classes and create more time for the in-class dialogue that makes the campus experience worth the extra money it will always cost to deliver. Students already use online content, but need better ways to interact with material before every class. By using online quizzes and games, rethinking our assignments and course design, we can create more class time for the activities and interactions
Would you like to follow the conceptual suggestions above and re-structure your course?
Please have a blog entry:
with information from a recent discussion on a LinkedIn group regarding the organization of online learning.
Would you like to discuss the implementation of the suggestions in your class[es]? We cna help each other develop better structure and understanding of our online teaching.
A survey conducted by the Changing Landscape of Online Education (CHLOE):
brings interesting observations regarding our institution (SCSU) versus the nation two- and four-year institutions and their organization of online education.
The results reflect our initiative to organize ourselves using this blog and other fora and is in support of already created SCSU lecture capture support group: https://blog.stcloudstate.edu/coursecapture/
Online learning is the FIRST one. But we are working already on Virtual Reality and the other disruptive technologies.
Let us know, if you learn more and incorporate them in your classes
Video 360 (Virtual Reality) example for use at SCSU: