Formación e apoio

Formación e apoio

Faculty Training for Online Teaching -Peg Pankowski, THE Journal

Faculty Training for Online Teaching -Peg Pankowski, THE Journal - Experts agree that faculty need training to teach online, yet a survey of faculty who teach undergraduate mathematics courses online indicates that most faculty at two-year colleges are still not receiving adequate training. While 89% of the participan [Online Learning Update]

Prepared to Teach Online? Perspectives of Faculty in the University of North Carolina System - Lysa Kosak, et al, Online Journa

Prepared to Teach Online? Perspectives of Faculty in the University of North Carolina System - Lysa Kosak, et al, Online Journal of Distance Learning - The prevalence of online distance education courses requires university faculty to face new challenges and make new decisions in the areas of course management and design, delivery method, student communication media, creation of an engaging learning e [Online Learning Update]

Techniques to help e-learning

Techniques to help e-learning - "e-Learning is doubling yearly. Classes, e-courses, e-books on how-to and what-to appear by the thousands online weekly. In- person seminars and workshops are limited to location and access. e-Learning allows easy access, creation, and international distribution to a whole new world of experiences -- negative and positive." Catherine Franz, WebProNews, 15 September 2004 Techniques to help e-learning Catherine provides some advice to those new to (formal) e-learning Listed on Role and skills of an online learner... [E-Learning Centre]

ByteBot.net Training Materials

ByteBot.net Training Materials - "Here are some training notes that will be useful if you wanted to organise some training. Many places charge for such materials, but I strongly believe in separating the content/material from the actual delivery of the training." ByteBot.net Training Materials Training materials for OpenOffice.org and Linux Listed on Content for professionals and professional development... [E-Learning Centre]

Basic Web Design

Basic Web Design -

Peter Mentzer over at Wooble Lab has created an excellent Basic Web Design tutorial. It's process oriented and includes Video Demo/Lectures on using Dreamweaver. I highly recommend this resource if you are introducing students to basic web design through Dreamweaver in your classes. Since the course is available under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 2.0, you can copy the content into your course and maintain mirrors of the videos on your site (attribution and license notice required, of course).

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Models of Student Support within the University of London External System: Historical Development and Future Evolution - Richard

Models of Student Support within the University of London External System: Historical Development and Future Evolution - Richard Arnold, EURODL - Through its External System, the University of London has an interesting if somewhat convoluted record of providing opportunities for students to obtain qualifications without having to be present in London. The University has a long history of providi [Online Learning Update]

The Internet offers teachers online help with lesson plans - Joanne Jacobs, The Christian Science Monitor

The Internet offers teachers online help with lesson plans - Joanne Jacobs, The Christian Science Monitor - Most educators agree that well-planned lessons are a classroom essential. But some teachers don't know how to shape lessons. Others may not understand the subject they teach well enough to dream up creative ways of presenting it. That's why, in recent [Educational Technology]

CyberSchoolbus: United Nations

CyberSchoolbus: United Nations - The United Nations Cyberschoolbus was created in 1996 as the online education component of the Global Teaching and Learning Project, whose mission is to promote education about international issues and the United Nations. The Global Teaching and Learning Project produces high quality teaching materials and activities designed for educational use (at primary, intermediate and secondary school levels) and for training teachers. The vision of this Project is to provide exceptional educational resources (both online and in print) to students growing up in a world undergoing increased globalization. [eLearnopedia]

COOL School

COOL School - COOL (Consortium of Online Learning) School is a service created by a group of British Columbia school districts. These districts use Cool School to assist students who are otherwise unable to access their courses of choice. [eLearnopedia]

Staff development and VLEs

Staff development and VLEs - "This article suggests some strategies for training different groups of staff and promoting the benefits of the VLE." ferl, 18 August 2004 Staff development and VLEs "The following ideas were put together at the staff development breakout session at the FEBug meeting at Calderdale College on 30 March 2004. Although reference is made to Blackboard as the VLE, this is a model of staff development that should be considered for any VLE training." Listed on Virtual Learning Environments... [E-Learning Centre]

Preparing Professors for Online Teaching: How Long Does It Take?

Preparing Professors for Online Teaching: How Long Does It Take? - I recently had some conversations with a small university that is starting up a new distance learning program. The university president is convinced that the two-hour intro course provided by eCollege would be enough for professors to get up to speed on designing and teaching online. This sounded pretty far… From e-Literate on August 25, 2004 at 6:11 p.m. [Edu_RSS]
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