Resources that support your online teaching

Students want information fast, especially on financial aid, and are often on a tight schedule to choose their institution. A related issue is that they are generally behind in instructors’ expectations.

Institutional administrations endeavor to assure standards on online offerings as well as student support; major organizations now provide an infographic of advice.

Physical therapy students collectively provide four conceptions of “feedback,” based on their experiences.

Ten tips are provided for online classes, illustrating stiffness of recent conference calls; tips include preparing students and achieving relevance.

Ohio institutions are using 3D holography in online courses, including wearable equipment.

 For our inaugural news digest, we are bringing Virtually Inspired to your attention, an amazing collection of ways that teaching and learning are enhanced by technology, including an example of live video conferencing that allows you to experience the Great Barrier Reef from your home.

Advanced Google search techniques and interesting topics in cloud computing and gamification are presented.   

The inaugural issue of the Changing Landscape of Online Education (Chloe) survey is now available, covering topics such as trends in online enrollment, measuring quality and outcomes, and models of organization.

Policy changes are occurring in international law related to technology protection measures.

Discussion around online learning myths and digital credentials in the landscape of distance education.