A quick time PowerPoint presentation that is narrated by the author I assume. Deals with material relating to online teaching and planning of courses. Her caveats are helpful to the beginner in this area of course development
The goal seems to be in helping faculty develop online courses, what to do and what not to do. There is also some information from other sources besides the presenter.
Target Student Population:
Faculty interested in online course development
Prerequisite Knowledge or Skills:
Type of Material:
A PowerPoint presentation(although not many slides) with an abbreviated outline of the material detailed by comments from the presenter.
This would be a one time tutorial for someone interested in online course preparation. One would simply watch/listen to it, perhaps take some notes or print the slides.
You need Quick Time installed and running.
Evaluation and Observation
A basic overview of online teaching and the different environment and challenges that it creates.
Very difficult site to navigate if you want to jump around or over slides.The narrative could be more engaging. Since this was originally produced in 2004 so items may be dated
Potential Effectiveness as a Teaching Tool
It gives one some guidance at a basic level.
There is no visual interest, just the slides with basic outline ideas of what the speaker is talking about. There seemed to be some background noise.
Ease of Use for Both Students and Faculty
Very easy to use. No problems of any kind.
It would be helpful if you could navigate between slides