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  • Mythbusting for Community and Technical College Faculty Created by Susan J. Clark, PhD March 27, 2008
    • Identify common eLearning myths heard at Community and Technical Colleges.
    • Locate and site research that contradicts the myths.
    • Provide examples of what can be the actual reality in eLearning related to each myth.
    • Dispel 10 myths!
    • Differentiate between common myths and reality in eLearning.
    • After viewing examples, propose a common element in successful eLearning.
    • Judge legitimacy of future statements about eLearning you hear from colleagues.
    • Become an eLearning MYTHBUSTER!!!
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    • The top 10
    • … is any educational content delivered in, or using, digital form.
    • … has accessibility and usability issues
    • John Sweet’s Engineering 202
    engrLIVE
    • Paul Hagood’s ENG Lit class discussions
    • How is developing eLearning while delivering eLearning like the video clip?
    • (Clark & Mayer 2003, eLearning Guild, 2002, Li & Akins, 2005)
    • It takes from ten to twenty times more labor and skill and at least twice as much time to produce an effective course for eLearning than for traditional classroom instruction.
    • Nick White and Adonica Aune
    courseroom.capella.edu http://breeze.capellauniversity.edu/spc1000bbpresentation/
  • (Li & Akins, 2005) Utah State University Exemplary Course: Intro to Deafness/Blindness Linda Alsop webct.usu.edu
    • Clark & Mayer, 2003, p. 22-23; Hall & Cushing ,1947; Tallent-Runnels et al, 2006; Sloan, 2003, 2006.
  • Radiographic Procedures and Positioning with Lab III w/ Paula Merino http://dss.linnbenton.edu/radtech/scoliosis.wmv
  • Scott’s Intro. to his HST 202 class
  • Securing Online Assessments