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  1. 1. Best Practices 1 Graphical Organizer of Online Education Best Practices Educational Experience Knowledge Construction Community of Inquiry {Discourse, Collaboration, Meetings} Social Presence {synchronous and asynchronous audio, Cognitive Presence Text messaging, video conferences, e-mail, {critical thinking, problem solving, Threaded discussion, setting climate} Research, reflection, selecting content} Teacher Presence {Feedback,Cues Message tailoring, setting climate; Selecting content
  2. 2. Best Practices 2 Tools 3-D animation is a way to teach others on complex issues that one can not normally see in a video. AllLearn is a website that one goes to and takes advantage of many learning opportunities. Blackboards can be used as a web dashboard working with other soft-wares to link many into one source. Communication and collaboration is maximized by using this instructional technology. Blogging is a type of website created and maintained and add content by an individual or group of individuals with events, graphics, video or other material with the most recent displayed first. A form of asynchronous communication. Flickr is an image, picture and video hosting website and online community. IMing or Instant Messaging is real time communication between at least two people based on typed text on the internet. Itunes is a digital media application which can be used on the internet, mobile devices and other items with digital music and video files. Sakai is an open-source platform for web-based collaboration. Skype are no-cost calls made to other computers with Skype throughout the world. A form of synchronous communication. Slideshare; upload and share documents and videos with the community. Texting can be done through typed text using cellular phones and a variety of other Instant Messaging venues. YouTube is a video-sharing web site in which users can upload and share files.
  3. 3. Best Practices 3 References 3-D Animation for teaching complex biological processes at Yale University http://www.cmi.yale.edu/projects.php?action=view_project&project=biotech&category=teaching AllLearn http://alllearn.com/ Blackboard http://www.blackboard.com/ Blogging http://blog.com/ Durrington, V. A., Berryhill, A., Swafford, J. (2006). Strategies For Enhancing Student Interactivity In An Online Environment; Heldref Publications; Mississippi State University. Facebook http://www.facebook.com/ Flickr for image storage and management http://www.flickr.com/ IMing or Instant Messaging www.aim.com iTunes http://www.apple.com/itunes/ MySpace http://www.myspace.com/ Sakai is an open-source platform for web-based collaboration for classes at Yale University Classes Server https://classesv2.yale.edu/portal Skype http://www.skype.com/ Twitter http://twitter.com/ Wiki spaces http://www.wikispaces.com/ Yale University, Center for Media and Instructional Technology. Innovation media to enhance teaching projects: http://cmi2.yale.edu/projects.php?action=view_all viewed 07/21/09 Yale net-classes on itunes U portal http://itunes.yale.edu Yale on YouTube speeches, lectures, and other events http://www.youtube.com/yale YouTube http://www.youtube.com/

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