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Online teaching in the digital age / Pat Swenson, Nancy A. Taylor.

By: Swenson, Pat.
Contributor(s): Taylor, Nancy A.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookCall no.: LB1044.87 .S94 2012Publication: Thousand Oaks, Calif. : SAGE Publications, c2012Description: xii, 91 p. : ill.ISBN: 9781412996198 (pbk.); 1412996198 (pbk.).Subject(s): Web-based instruction | Computer-assisted instruction | Distance education | Education, Higher -- Computer-assisted instruction | Educational innovations -- United States
Contents:
Chapter 1. The virtual classroom : a dynamic learning environment -- Overview -- Social constructivist theory and the online learning environment -- Re-imagining classroom roles : today's online learners -- Your role as online instructor -- Summary -- Chapter 2. Establishing your web presence : the learning management system and course webpages -- Overview -- Learning management systems -- Turning your traditional course into an online course -- Managing and monitoring your students -- Enrollment -- Messaging students -- Forum setup options -- Real-time chat features -- The Quiz module -- Student assessment -- Establishing a web presence : creating course Webpages -- Summary -- Chapter 3. Web 2.0 : a world wide web of options -- Overview -- Web 2.0 : mainstream -- Social networking : Facebook -- Google Docs -- Additional mainstream options -- Blogs -- YouTube -- Streaming audio and video -- Ustream -- Skype -- Summary -- Links to mainstream websites -- Chapter 4. Choosing your course format and features -- Overview -- Approaches to displaying course information -- Display options -- Using simple text to create a syllabus and schedule -- Uploading documents -- Using forums to display course content -- Dissemination via email -- Links to course websites outside the learning management system -- The virtual classroom : choosing your course features and learning tools -- The Asynchronous classroom : Forums, essays, and quizzes -- Discussion forums -- Forum assessment -- Essays, peer review, and assessment -- Quizzes and exams -- Synchronicity : the real-time virtual classroom -- Moderating a chat session -- Small-group chat rooms -- Adding variety : mixing chat and forums -- Troubleshooting technology -- Summary -- Chapter 5. Planning future semesters -- Student assessment forum questions -- End-of-semester checklist -- Appendix I. Sample asynchronous course syllabus and schedule -- Appendix II. Sample synchronous course syllabus and schedule -- Appendix III. Internet etiquette guidelines.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Chapter 1. The virtual classroom : a dynamic learning environment -- Overview -- Social constructivist theory and the online learning environment -- Re-imagining classroom roles : today's online learners -- Your role as online instructor -- Summary -- Chapter 2. Establishing your web presence : the learning management system and course webpages -- Overview -- Learning management systems -- Turning your traditional course into an online course -- Managing and monitoring your students -- Enrollment -- Messaging students -- Forum setup options -- Real-time chat features -- The Quiz module -- Student assessment -- Establishing a web presence : creating course Webpages -- Summary -- Chapter 3. Web 2.0 : a world wide web of options -- Overview -- Web 2.0 : mainstream -- Social networking : Facebook -- Google Docs -- Additional mainstream options -- Blogs -- YouTube -- Streaming audio and video -- Ustream -- Skype -- Summary -- Links to mainstream websites -- Chapter 4. Choosing your course format and features -- Overview -- Approaches to displaying course information -- Display options -- Using simple text to create a syllabus and schedule -- Uploading documents -- Using forums to display course content -- Dissemination via email -- Links to course websites outside the learning management system -- The virtual classroom : choosing your course features and learning tools -- The Asynchronous classroom : Forums, essays, and quizzes -- Discussion forums -- Forum assessment -- Essays, peer review, and assessment -- Quizzes and exams -- Synchronicity : the real-time virtual classroom -- Moderating a chat session -- Small-group chat rooms -- Adding variety : mixing chat and forums -- Troubleshooting technology -- Summary -- Chapter 5. Planning future semesters -- Student assessment forum questions -- End-of-semester checklist -- Appendix I. Sample asynchronous course syllabus and schedule -- Appendix II. Sample synchronous course syllabus and schedule -- Appendix III. Internet etiquette guidelines.

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