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Essential Resources for Online Teaching

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The following online teaching resources will help you get started or expand your knowledge regarding online teaching. Please email [email protected] if you would like to suggest a resource.

Teaching Online

Faculty Focus Online Teaching Tips

The Future of Online Teaching and Learning in Higher Education: The Survey Says...A survey substantiates some ideas about online learning and refutes others By Kyong-Jee Kim and Curtis J. Bonk

Journal of Online Learning and Teaching

Illinois Online Network: Online Education Resources – Pedagogy & Online Learning

Ragan, Larry. Best practices in online teaching

Shelton, K. & Saltsman, G. (2004, October). Tips and tricks for teaching online: How to teach like a pro!. International Journal of Instructional Technology & Distance Learning, 1(10), 53-64.

Tips and Tricks for Teaching Online! Dallas Baptist University Online Education department.

Resources for Online Teaching & Learning Bridgewater State University

Geoff Cain 12 Time-Saving Tips for Teaching Online

Pedagogy and Course Design

AP and Quality Matters Course Reviews

USDLA Instructional Media Selection Guide for Distance Learning

Instructional Design Tips for Online Learning Joan Van Duzer of Humboldt State University

Florida Gulf Coast university Principles of Online Design

Effective Practice

Teaching Online for the First Time – The Quick Guide Teaching online and within a course management system for the first time can feel like exploring a

new and unfamiliar space: the individual components look familiar, but the overall feeling is quite different. Judith Boettcher discusses ten practices that promote effective teaching online.

Implementing Best Practices in Online Learning

A study of 21 institutions reveals common denominators for success in internet-supported learning.

Seven Principles of Effective Teaching: A Practical Lens for Evaluating Online Courses “Taking the perspective of a student enrolled in [an online] course, we began by identifying examples

of each of Chickering and Gamson’s seven principles. What we developed was a list of “lessons learned” for online instruction that correspond to the original seven principles.”

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