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A presentation for the Maricopa Community Colleges' Teaching & Learning with Technology Conference

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    Online Course Delivery: Is it right for you? Online Course Delivery: Is it right for you? Presentation Transcript

    • Online Course Delivery Is it right for you?
    • Objectives
      • Types of online delivery
      • Things to consider when deciding to use online delivery
      • Instructor issues to consider
      • Student issues to consider
      • Resources
    • Types of Online Delivery
      • Hybrid
      • Completely online delivery
      • Assistive
    • Interaction
      • Individual study
      • One-on-one interaction with instructor
      • Online contact with other students
      • Online group activities
      • Class discussions
    • Criteria
      • Is the class appropriate for online delivery?
      • Are there good classroom enrollments?
      • Does the course involve a campus faculty member? Are they properly trained?
      • Is the class part of an academic program?
      • Are funds for development available?
      • Is the subject of student interest?
      University of California Extension.
    • Instructor Issues to Consider
      • Transfer of Teaching Skills
        • Bring it to life
      • Instructor Computer Literacy
      • Content Delivery
        • Timing
        • Method
      • Evaluation/Assessment
      • Copyright/Intellectual Property
      • Students with disabilities
      • Information Management
      • Feedback and Responses
    • Instructor Benefits
      • Enhances delivery of instruction
      • Think more about course development and instruction
      • Instructor evolution
      • Enhance computer and internet skills
      • Time management
    • Instructor Challenges
      • No face-to-face interaction
      • Sometimes reduced participation
      • Additional instruction time
      • Students expectations for fast responses
      • Reliability of technology
      • Security of quizzes
      • Ability to rethink material and reformat
      • Must be able to teach software and content
    • Student Benefits
        • Internet Use
        • Typing skills
        • Computer skills
        • Research skills
        • Time management
        • Empowerment to direct learning
        • Collaboration skills
        • Communication skills
    • Student Issues to Consider
      • Audience
        • Number of students
        • Student availability to participate
      • Orientation
      • Access to technology needed
        • Hardware/Software
        • Type of internet Access
        • Computer availability
      • Scheduling
      • Is Learning Taking Place?
    • Resources
      • Almeda, M. B. & Rose, K. (2000). Instructor satisfaction in University of California Extension's on-line writing curriculum. Journal of the Asynchronous Learning Network, 4 (3). Retrieved July 16, 2002, from http://www.aln.org/alnweb/journal/Vol4_issue3/fs/almeda/fs-almeda.htm
      • Bull, K.S., Kimball, S.L., & Stansberry, S. (1998). Instructional Design in Computer Mediated Learning. Paper presented at Coming Together: Preparing for Rural Special Education on the 21 st Century. Conference Proceedings of the American Council on Rural Special Education (18 th , Charleston, SC< March 25-28, 1998), USA, Oklahoma.
      • E-learning articles: http://www.chartula.com/isdarticles.htm
      • Khan, B.H., (Ed.), Web-Based Instruction, 1997, Educational Technology Publications, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey
      • Challenges and Benefits of Online Learning http://www.sasked.gov.sk.ca/curr_content/online_admin/learning/disted/disted3.html