Planning your online class
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Bonnie Riedinger (Administrator)
The pdf provides a good introductory overview and some good links. The video doesn't add really add much.
Some links in the pdf are dead.
Tiffany Hoefer (Staff)
Great document with helpful information for someone about to embark into online teaching.
Michael L. Porter (Librarian)
Great document, very easy to read and comprehend. Overall good suggestions for planning an online learning course.
Would recommend providing links to templates (docs) for rapid course development, more embedded videos that illustrate / discuss some of the best practices and suggestions.
Thomas Pfundstein (Administrator)
A solid introduction to online teaching.
Simon McIntyre (Faculty)
In response to Melissa Melancon, the Learning to teach online resources, when viewed as a set, also contain case studies showing specific examples of how teachers in different discipline use a variety of technologies. The idea is that some episodes provide an overview into online pedagogical concepts, such as this one. Then case studies allow users to see how different ideas are implemented with practical advice of planning, set up, results and lessons learned.
In addition, each video comes with a supporting PDF document that has more specific advice about the topics raised in each video. They are meant to be viewed as a video/PDF set.
I hope this helps.
Melissa Melancon (Faculty)
This is a good means of introducing online teaching; however, it should offer one or two concrete ideas or links for reader to see what others are doing.