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Successful Online Teaching Using An Asynchronous Learner Discussion Forum

Successful Online Teaching Using An Asynchronous Learner Discussion Forum

This research paper describes how a document analysis of more than 3000 course evaluations of 154 distance learning courses was used to generate tips for successful teaching in an online environment using an asynchronous learner discussion forum.
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ingrid mosquera
ingrid mosquera (Faculty)
11 years ago
I really like this article, since I completely agree in the way the author understands teaching. Introducing oneself is a key concept in all my presentations about motivation at University and it is many times taken for granted. The content of this article could seem a bit general, but it is not so, since there is always the necessity to remind that our aim is not just, if it is in any sense at all, to transmit content.
Jim Vander Putten
Jim Vander Putten (Faculty)
15 years ago

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