Surviving e-Learning

If you teach online courses or are thinking of doing so; if you design, develop, or administer them; or if you have an interest in online learning as a student or as a teacher…I hope that you will find something useful somewhere in this blog. My writings focus on practical ideas to make your e-Learning life easier. And, for the most part, these will be tips and tricks that I have tried myself in my capacity as Chief Learning Officer for a small e-Learning company, and as an instructor of online courses at a large, urban university. Hopefully they will save you time, make your tasks more efficient, or simply give some crazy ideas to try out when the time is right.

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Posts by Surviving e-Learning

5 survival tips for managing the communication in your online course (part 3 of 3)

This is the third, and last part of my blog entry on managing the communication in your online course. Instructors, be they online or in-class, […]

Successful Practices: Optimizing the use of e-mail in your online course

If you are teaching an online course, be it synchronous or asynchronous, e-mail is an essential tool in your communication strategy. It is an effective […]

5 survival tips for managing the communication in your online course (part 1 of 3)

Teaching an online course presents numerous challenges for instructors who are accustomed to the classroom environment, especially if it is asynchronous (i.e., not “live”). For […]

5 survival tips for managing the communication in your online course (part 2 of 3)

This is the second of a three-part series on managing the communication in your online course. In this section I will discuss the importance of […]

Welcome/Bienvenue to the Surviving e-Learning Blog

sur·viv·al (/sərˈvīvəl/) 1.      Noun - The state or fact of continuing to live or exist, typically in spite of an accident, ordeal, or difficult circumstances. (source: […]

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