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Are you ready to teach online?

Article on faculty preparedness for teaching online; recommends two online self-assessment surveys
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Author: Unknown
Date Added: Jul 06, 2015 Date Modified: Jul 06, 2015
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A Test Out for New Online Faculty Teaching with Blackboard

Discussion of faculty readiness for designing and teaching online courses; links to several surveys.
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Author: EduCause
Date Added: Jul 06, 2015 Date Modified: Jul 06, 2015
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Instructional Design Interventions for Supporting Self-Regulated Learning: Enhancing Academic Outcomes in Postsecondary E-Learning Environments MERLOT JOLT Author or Editor

Theories and models about self-regulated learning are important to educators attempting to understand why some learners... see more
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Author: Frances A. Rowe Jennifer A. Rafferty
Date Added: Jul 16, 2014 Date Modified: Mar 09, 2015
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A Closer Look at Instructor-Student Feedback Online: A Case Study Analysis of the Types and Frequency MERLOT JOLT Author or Editor

It is widely recognized that good teaching includes instructor-student feedback, and in online courses, feedback takes a... see more
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Author: J. Garvey Pyke, John J. Sherlock
Date Added: Jul 16, 2014 Date Modified: Aug 31, 2014
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The Effects of Peer- and Self-Referenced Feedback on Students' Motivation and Academic Performance in Online Learning Environments MERLOT JOLT Author or Editor

This study examined how graphical feedback on students' performance in the class affected their motivation and academic... see more
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Author: Tae Seob Shin, W. Patrick Dickson
Date Added: Jul 16, 2014 Date Modified: Aug 31, 2014
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Two Heads Are Better Than One: Collaborative Development of an Online Course Content Template MERLOT JOLT Author or Editor

The authors collaborated to address an institutional need for a high-quality, high-enrollment online introductory psychology... see more
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Author: Michelle D. Miller, Michael E. Rader
Date Added: Jul 16, 2014 Date Modified: Nov 15, 2014
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Using the Four Questions Technique to Enhance Critical Thinking in Online Discussions MERLOT JOLT Author or Editor

This article describes the effect of a four-questions technique used to enhance critical thinking in online discussions. ... see more
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Author: Martha Alexander, Nannette Commander, Daphne Greenberg, Teresa Ward
Date Added: Jul 16, 2014 Date Modified: Feb 09, 2015
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Using Social Networking Sites to Support Online Individual health Behavior Change Projects MERLOT JOLT Author or Editor

Health education is a behavioral science, with teaching and learning activities focused on both behavioral objectives and... see more
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Author: Joshua H. West, P. Cougar Hall, Rosemary Thackeray, Carl l. Hanson
Date Added: Jul 16, 2014 Date Modified: Dec 09, 2014
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Why Wikis? Student Perceptions of Using Wikis in Online Coursework MERLOT JOLT Author or Editor

In recent years, Web 2.0 tools such as blogs, wikis, and podcasts have skyrocketed in the number of users. These applications... see more
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Author: Faye Deters, Kristen Cuthrell, Joy Stapleton
Date Added: Jul 16, 2014 Date Modified: Jun 09, 2015
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Students' Perceptions of Online or Face-to-Face Learning and Social Media in Hospitality, Recreation and Tourism MERLOT JOLT Author or Editor

The implications of learning online versus face-to-face have been discussed for several years in higher education. This study... see more
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Author: Mary F. Fortune, Melany Spielman, Dean T. Pangelinan
Date Added: Jul 16, 2014 Date Modified: Jun 10, 2015
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