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Online/Hybrid Courses

Online and hybrid courses require careful planning and organization.  However, once the course is implemented, there are important considerations that are different from traditional courses.  Communication with students becomes extremely important.  The sites below will help you with that task.

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Source

Description

(My) Three Principles Of Effective Online Pedagogy

The Sloan Consortium

The author shares three principles he has used in his online classes to teach more effectively.

Online Course Communication

Center for Teaching Excellence,
San Juan College

This site provides guidelines for online communications that are backed up by research findings.

Tips for Participating in an Online Classroom Chatroom Discussion

Online Schools

This is a guide for students to learn how to participate in a chat room for courses, as opposed to social networking chats.

Guidelines for Students Participating in Online Discussions

Towson University

This is a guide for students to instruct them on how to participate in discussion fora for their classes.

Online Courses - Tips for Making Them Work

T.H.E. Journal

This article shares actions taken by the author to increase students’ learning opportunities and improve their overall satisfaction with the course.