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Instructor Presence and Immediacy
Dwinnells (2017) gives great advice on how to keep up with your online students and give them the feeling that you are present, or as he called it: How (More)
Five Ways to Make Your Online Classrooms More Interactive
An article by Amy Peterson, a senior vice president of course design, development and academic research at More)
Online Presence and Engagement in Courses - CoI Interactive Map
Teacher and social presence and engagement with other classmates and the course materials continue to be the greatest indicators of success in online classes. Community of Inquiry (CoI) framewor (More)
#DLNchat: How can digital learning improve outcomes for students?
On Tuesday EdSurge, the Online Learning Consortium and Tyton Partners co-hosted the first #DLNchat on Twitter to discuss: “Ho (More)
Managing Online Learning: Free Online Courses
FutureLearn and The Open University with partnerships from uni (More)
How to Design Standards-Based Online Courses
David Raths wrote for Campus Technology about two universities that use Quality Matters rubric and how it helped specific faculty members benefit from (More)
The Chronicle Vitae: There’s No Such Thing as Asynchronous Teaching
The Chronicle of Higher Education Vitae Columnist Nicole Matos published an insightful and interesting More)
Open Course: Designing and Teaching for Impact in Online Courses
Indiana University is offering a self-paced open and free for all course through Canvas network on More)
ATT Summer Workshops: Updated Schedule
Summer Sessions Online Teaching Support The Academic Technologies Team continues their series of workshops on How to get your course ready for online. Based on the attendance and input of attendees we have decided to exclude 2:30 pm sessions and t (More)
Five Mistakes in Online Course Design
Almost 5 years ago, More)
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