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Teaching online courses

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Teaching online courses

What are the next steps once the course has been designed and built and students are enrolled? What is different about teaching online? And how can instructors connect with students?

These questions are answered, and strategies for teaching online are explored in the Online Teaching Courses Quick-Start topics. Research-based best practices and resources are presented throughout these topics:

  • Supporting eLearners how students learn, how to support students, and what to include in a syllabus and course welcome letter.
  • Communication and participation— different communication methods, increasing participation, and group management ideas.
  • Online discussions — tips for success and ways to structure discussions, including debates, role-plays, or threaded group or class conversations.
  • Online Course Management Strategies — time management tips and advice on how to set expectations and write effective course and student policies.

These brief topics provide an overview, practical strategies, and useful resources. If you need more information and want to explore further, links to recommended Deep-Dive Topics are also provided at the end of each topic.

Keywordsteaching, online, courseDoc ID121283
OwnerKaren S.GroupInstructional Resources
Created2022-09-13 12:57:12Updated2024-04-18 08:17:54
SitesCenter for Teaching, Learning & Mentoring
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