• Effective Practices for Teaching Online???

    Author(s):
    Brooke Carlson (see profile)
    Date:
    2016
    Group(s):
    TC Digital Humanities
    Subject(s):
    Digital humanities
    Item Type:
    Course material or learning objects
    Tag(s):
    digital, digital humanities, digital reading, OEW2017, open educational resources, Open Education Week
    Permanent URL:
    http://dx.doi.org/10.17613/M6GP58
    Abstract:
    In 2011, U.S. News & World Report indicated that online courses had been increasing for nine straight years in a row. Or, the online presence has been continuously growing since roughly the turn of the century. The Online Learning Consortium just published a report on online learning for 2015, from which we can the pervasiveness of the online classroom: “More than one in four students (28% now take at least one distance education course - a total of 5,828,826 students, a year-to-year increase of 217,275)” (Online Report Card). Here at Chaminade, many of us are teaching both in brick and mortar classrooms and online as overloads. Online, I am not trying to replicate what I do in my brick and mortar classes. The brick and mortar experience translates badly, and the online experience is always already different. Nonetheless, I want to try and get at how we might improve our teaching, in both spaces, by strengthening the ways by which we employ Appropriate, Relevant, and Meaningful technology.
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    Last Updated:
    9 months ago
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