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Sorry folks for the delay in granting access.  Hope you continue to help make this resource useful to everyone. 

 

So, you're going to be teaching online soon.... do you know what  you are doing?  

Do you know what instructional practices and strategies can be taken into this new environment?  

Do you know what the research findings say about best practices for online education?  

Do you know what tools you can use to support your move to an online environment?  

Do you know where you can get help?  RIGHT HERE!!!

 

 

Online Teaching

 

 

 

 

 

 

Whether you are familiar with "distributed learning", "online learning" or "e-learning", the strategies and suggestions found in this guide will apply.  This guide  focuses on internet or Web-based delivery methods.

 

 

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Start Here

 

 

 

Comments (8)

Nancy Hooktwith said

at 10:28 am on Jul 19, 2010

Hi, I was browsing through finished Final Projects in the University A-H group (which I am a part of) and wanted to say this is a very easy wiki to navigate through. I love the Start Here button.Where did you get that???? The whole thing is very user friendly and I think will make it so easy for first time online instructors. I appreciate being able to visit. Thanks Nancy

TLCBVC said

at 7:08 am on Jul 20, 2010

Hi Nancy,
Thanks for your feedback. The Start Here button and all the other icons used in this wiki were created by our Media Team at Bow Valley College. The graphics package was created for our courses housed in our LMS (Blackboard). I used them on the wiki so all our resources have a consistent look and feel.
Laura

Sheila Bolduc-Simpson said

at 7:58 am on Jul 20, 2010

Very impressive wiki, Laura!! I teach online and would love to become a part of this wiki. I am trying to put a discussion forum on my wikispace and am having lots of problems with the embedding. I went to the PBWorks User manual and tried to follow the directions but the code isn't pasting in properly. Can you tell me how you did yours?

Sheila

TLCBVC said

at 8:32 pm on Jul 20, 2010

Hi Sheila,

Please join the wiki if you'd like to be part of it. I used the talki discussion forum and it worked fine. I didn't have any problems embedding, but I did have some problems getting logged in as administrator to set up the forum topics. I just used the "other html" widget and pasted the embed code.

Mary Buckman said

at 12:28 pm on Jul 20, 2010

The university course I'm teaching in September will be partially online. Your site looks fabulous. Thanks so much for the resources!

Mary

TLCBVC said

at 8:33 pm on Jul 20, 2010

Hi Mary,

Please join the wiki and collaborate on building this resource! Thanks for the comments.Laura

Pam Charney said

at 8:57 pm on Jul 23, 2010

Outstanding job!
Enjoy the rest of the summer -- Pam (mentor)

Dorothy van Grootheest said

at 12:38 pm on Jul 27, 2010

This is an ABSOLUTELY fabulous example of a wiki! Not only is it very user-friendly, the organization and appearance of your resources and pages is superb. I would love to be a part of this wiki, although currently I am not teaching online--I am hoping to instruct teachers on using wikis as a supplement/complement to Blackboard and to collaborate with Peer Leaders/Mentors in our ESL Program. Either way, thanks so much for the inspiration you have given me. It goes to show you how less is more--and how well tables and simple icons can improve the appearance of a site.
Incidentally, I am over in the ESL campers page.
Best of luck with this!
Dorothy

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