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  • 1. Online Instruction Defined Douglas Borcoman CSUDH College of Health and Human Services
  • 2. Online Instruction Defined
    • Online instruction is any formal educational process in which the instruction occurs when the learner and the instructor are not in the same place and Internet technology is used to provide a communication link among the instructor and students.
  • 3. Online Instruction Defined
  • 4. Online Instruction Defined
    • Different forms of online instruction include:
    • Sharing information on a web site (example: course syllabus/ web site))
    • Providing practice for new concepts by using online activities such as simulations and games
  • 5. Online Instruction Defined
    • Communicating one-to-one or one-to-many via email for instructional purposes
    • Conducting discussions by using a threaded discussion board ( example: WebBoard)
    • Conducting discussion by using chat room software (example: chat using WebBoard or Internet Relay Chat)
  • 6. Online Instruction Defined
    • Holding office hours by using chat room software (example: chat using WebBoard, Blackboard Forums or Internet Relay Chat)
    • Delivering library resources via the Internet (example: Electronic databases, electronic course reserves)
    • Giving practice tests or evaluating performance by using online assessments (example: Blackboard test modules)
    • Submitting assignments electronically (example: email attachments, message board postings)
  • 7. Instructional Design Considerations
    • http://www.fgcu.edu/onlinedesign/designDev.html
  • 8. Contact Information
    • Douglas Borcoman
    • (310) 243-2105
    • [email_address]