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Teaching online: a practical guide

Teaching online: a practical guide

Ko, Susan Schor, author; Rossen, Steve, author

An accessible, introductory, practical guide for anyone who teaches online, this edition includes new and expanded information on: massive open online courses (MOOCs); teaching with mobile devices; open educational resources (OER); and. learning analytics

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Fourth edition.
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Published New York: Routledge, 2017

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Statement of responsibility: Susan Ko and Steve Rossen
ISBN: 1135055580, 9781135055585
Note: Includes bibliographical references (pages [436]-470) and index.
Note: Previous edition: 2010.
Physical Description: xxiii, 486 pages : illustrations
Subject: Insegnamento universitario Impiego di internet Manuali.; Internet in higher education.; Internet in education.; Computer-assisted instruction.; Education, Higher Computer-assisted instruction.; College teaching Aids and devices.; Distance education.; World Wide Web Study and teaching (Higher)
Reproduction: Electronic reproduction. Askews and Holts. Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Other formats: Also available in printed form ISBN 9780415832434

Contents

  1. Part I: Getting started. Teaching online: an overview
  2. Scouting the territory: exploring your institution's resources
  3. Part II: Putting the course together. Course design and development
  4. Working with others to develop a course
  5. Creating an effective online syllabus
  6. Building an online classroom
  7. Student activities in the online environment
  8. Copyright, intellectual property, and open educational resources
  9. Creating courseware: selecting "Web2.0" tools and other resources
  10. Part III: Teaching in the online classroom. Preparing students for online learning
  11. Classroom management and facilitation
  12. Classroom management: special issues
  13. Teaching web-enhanced and blended classes
  14. Teaching and learning in a MOOC
  15. Taking advantage of new opportunities
  16. Glossary.