This document is part of a larger collection of documents on online instruction from the Center for Teaching, Learning and Mentoring's Instructional Resources KnowledgeBase. See more online instruction documents from that collection.
New to the online environment? Or are you looking for new strategies?
Whatever your current role, these pages provide useful information and resources. This content is organized in a way that guides you through common questions about transitioning to the online environment and then provides practical strategies and resources for designing and teaching online or partially online courses.
- About online courses — why online education is growing and how to be successful in this environment.
- Designing online courses — research-based instructional design and course planning strategies.
- Teaching online courses — strategies to connect with students and manage time and expectations.
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