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With the start of the new year, it’s the perfect time to set resolutions to enhance your online teaching practices. One common resolution is to provide opportunities for student collaboration.
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Canvas offers a number of convenient features that can be used to enhance learner-instructor interactions and open lines of communication in an online course.
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Microsoft Bookings and ‘Bookings with me’ are online scheduling tools designed to streamline the process of scheduling face-to-face and virtual meetings for students, faculty, staff, and even external individuals.
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The Distance Learning Committee developed the 9 Principles for Online Teaching to establish best practices for online teaching at UNF.
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Customizing a course home page provides a unique digital space where instructors can include pertinent information about themselves and their course.
Apps and Tools
Camtasia is a screen capture tool used for creating professional-quality videos, tutorials, demonstrations, and presentations.
In this collection, you will find a range of tools that can help with recording and sharing the content on your computer screen.
Instructional Design
There are many ways of using Google Apps (drive, docs, slides, draw, sheets) in your Canvas course. If you are unfamiliar with Google Apps, they offer many benefits such as the ability for more than one person to work on the same document at the same time, automatic saves every few seconds, and any changes one makes in the document are automatically updated in Canvas.
Instructional Design
The dilemma that instructors often have is that they want to create those same engaging, spontaneous discussions they have in a face-to-face class in their new online space. The problem is they can’t; at least not exactly. Quite simply, the online course design is different therefore the discussion will be different.
Instructional Design
One of the most important elements in any course is providing students with formative and summative feedback about their performance and progress. Consistent, ongoing and detailed feedback can have a positive effect on student success in online courses, specifically with regard to increasing student self-confidence, self-efficacy, and self-esteem.
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