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Distance Education? A Correspondence Course?

– Paul Woodburne An event of potentially earthshaking importance occurred recently. This event was the “Western Governors Title IV” ruling (U.S. Department of Education, Office of Inspector General [USDOE-OIP], 2017). Essentially, this online university has to pay back over $700 … Continue reading

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Why I Create Pretty Course Sites (It’s Not What You Think)

— Jeanne M. Slattery I spend a fair amount of time and thought on my course sites. My course sites are, as a result, “purty,” but I don’t create attractive course sites just to create attractive course sites. There’s method … Continue reading

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Strengthen an Online Course: Videos and Midsemester Course Assessments

— Jeanne M. Slattery I am teaching online for the first time: while I’ve used D2L a lot in the past, this course has pushed me way outside my comfort zone. I’m doing videos for the first time, which has … Continue reading

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Tech Corner: Course banners

― Jeanne M. Slattery I’ve been prepping Abnormal Psychology, which I haven’t taught in about six years, and am preparing to post materials online for my students.  I was working on several options for course banners (Figure 1), which I … Continue reading

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