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Creating Instructor Presence: Instructor Module in Blackboard

Tweet Creating instructor presence in your Blackboard course, especially in a hybrid or online course, is a great way to engage students and provide an introduction to you and your background as the instructor of the course. One way to … Continue reading

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NMC Horizon Report 2015: Higher Education Edition

Tweet The NMC (New Media Consortium) Horizon Report for 2015 in Higher Education studies the projected upcoming short-term, mid-term, and long-term trends for educational practices and technology. Technologies which are near-term, mid-term, and far-term for implementation in education are also … Continue reading

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“8 tips for creating video in online learning” – eCampus News Article

Tweet Videos are an excellent way to engage and connect with students, especially in a hybrid or online environment. Meris Stansbury of eCampus News describes eight tips which will help instructors create effective videos. Here is an outline of the … Continue reading

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OUPblog: In person online: the human touch

Tweet Judith Bowman of Oxford Univeristy Press discusses her epiphany on “the human touch” element of online learning when she heard a student voice a complaint that if the online course that the student took had a face-to-face teacher, they … Continue reading

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Faculty Focus Article: Building Community and Creating Relevance Online

Tweet Much like a traditional face-to-face class, the first days of an online class can make students new to the online learning environment nervous as well. Faculty Focus has created some helpful tips and tricks to make the online learning … Continue reading

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