Posts tagged 'online-learning':

eLearning: 5 Tips to Designing Student-Centered Courses

The eLearning experience is one that instructional designers must carefully consider. In online learning environments the instructional designer must anticipate what will interest and motivate stu [...]

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Reducing Cheating In Online Classes: Preventing Robbery On The Information Highway

by Julie "Jules" Troyer Ph.D. [caption id="" align="alignnone" width="400"] "I don't know what your talking about Professor, I wasn't cheating. I just cut and pasted the answers from a student who [...]

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5 Ways to Improve Student Participation in an Online Discussion

by Julie "Jules" Troyer Online classes often use discussion forums, typically threaded discussions, as a major part of the course. Anyone who has used asynchronous or “respond at your own time” [...]

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