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Online and Face-to-Face Teaching: How Do Student Ratings Differ?

Authorship Details
Suzanne Young
Heather E. Duncan
Publication Details
Language: 
English
Resource Type: 
Article
Publication Date: 
March 2014
Publication Title: 
Journal of Online Learning and Teaching (MERLOT)
Summary
This paper reports on a study whose purpose was to compare student ratings of instruction in online and face-to-face (F2F) higher education courses in an effort to better understand how faculty can strengthen their teaching in the online environment.
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Teaching online : a practical guide

Authorship Details
Ko Susan Schor
Rossen Steve
Publication Details
Language: 
English
Resource Type: 
Book
Publication Date: 
2004
Publisher: 
Houghton Mifflin
ISBN / ISSN: 
0618298487

Facilitating online learning : effective strategies for moderators

Authorship Details
Collison, George
Publication Details
Resource Type: 
Book
Publication Date: 
2000
Publisher: 
Atwood Publication
ISBN / ISSN: 
1891859331
Call No: 
LB1044.875 Fac

Exploring Online Teaching: A Three-Year Composite Journal of Concerns and Strategies from Online Instructors

Authorship Details
Hong Lin
Kim Dyer
Yu Guo
Publication Details
Resource Type: 
Article
Publication Date: 
2009
Publication Title: 
Online Journal of Distance Learning Administration
Publisher: 
University of West Georgia, Distance Education Center
Volume: 
7
Issue or Number: 
3
Summary

Using Fuller’s concerns-based model for teacher development, this study identifies concerns and strategies experienced by 103 online instructors in a six-week online professional development course offered multiple times over a three-year period. The study reveals that online instructors identified concerns related to self, task, and impact. In the end, this study provides practical strategies for the rapidly rising population of online instructors who aspire to design and deliver effective online instruction. (Abstract by authors)

E-moderating : the key to online teaching and learning

Authorship Details
Salmon, Gilly
Publication Details
Language: 
English
Resource Type: 
Book
Publication Date: 
2011
Publisher: 
Routledge
ISBN / ISSN: 
9780415881746
Call No: 
LB1044.87 Sal
Summary

The third edition of this best-selling guide has been fully updated and addresses the many technological changes that have taken place in the field of online teaching and learning since 2004. Interest in online teaching continues to grow, yet one thing remains constant: the key role of the e-moderator in ensuring the quality and success of online learning. Offering a practical approach and easy accessibility, Moderating is the perfect users manual to working effectively in the virtual world.New topics include:Updates of all literature, key terms, case studies and projectsFresh new examples for how the 5 stage model has been successfully used around the worldTips for e-moderating in Virtual Reality platforms such as Second LifeTips for e-moderating in Social Networking SitesNew illustrative examples from the latest All Things in Moderation coursesUpdated applications for training school teachersFully updated Resources for Practitioners SectionHigher Education practitioners, professional developers, trainers, and online instructional designers will find this classic book is a must-have resource for anyone teaching online or developing online courses. It is also an appropriate text for students enrolled in Educational Technology and Distance Education Masters and PhD programs"-- Provided by publisher.

One Professor's Face-To-Face Teaching Strategies While Becoming An Online Instructor.

Authorship Details
Sugar, William
Martindale, Trey
Crawley, Frank
Publication Details
Resource Type: 
Article
Publication Date: 
Winter 2007
Publication Title: 
Quarterly Review of Distance Education
Volume: 
8
Issue or Number: 
4
Pagination: 
365-385
Summary

With the increasing number of online courses within many higher education institutions, experienced instructors are facing the possibility of teaching online. These faculty members may face the task of converting their well-established face-to-face teaching strategies into an online environment. To better understand this transition, we analyzed the practice of one senior professor and his face-to-face teaching strategies. This single-case study gave us insight into these strategies and enabled us to describe how current and emerging online tools could accommodate these strategies. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]

Blended Learning and Online Tutoring : A Good Practice Guide

Authorship Details
Janet MacDonald
Publication Details
Resource Type: 
Book
Publication Date: 
2006
Publisher: 
Ashgate
ISBN / ISSN: 
9780754692515
Summary

The word ‘blended’ is not particularly scientific, or even academic. In fact, you might feel that it sounds rather more like an entry from a recipe book. At the same time, it is currently widely in use by practitioners in both academic and commercial sectors, and I believe it has some good common-sense value in bringing to the fore the wide variety and richness of situations in which learning takes place. It can encourage us to stop and think about the whole context of teaching and learning, so that we remember the human element in tutorials, or perhaps incidents such as chance meetings in the corridor, as critical parts of the package alongside any technology-mediated intervention with a group. (Extract from Blended Learning and Online Tutoring : A Good Practice Guide )


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