How to Create Online Content that Gets Attention Using Human Psychology… | Effective Online Teaching & TrainingToday’s post is not a video. I chose to create a written blog because today’s “Hot Topics Wednesdays” post deals with writing for the web. Writing for web-based courses is DIFFERENT than writing for traditional courses.
DISCUSSION BOARD TERMINOLOGY If one individual posts a question, and three others post answers to that question, these four "posts" comprise what is known as a "thread" of conversation. The phrase, "threaded disucssion board" is common, referring to threads of conversation, each focused on a particular topic (e.g., "How do I fix a running toilet?").
Rita-Marie Conrad Instructional Designer Florida State University Introduction "My email is killing me!
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This page provides links to some resources concerned with facilitating online discussions and online learning in general.
The CITE Journal is an online, peer-reviewed journal, established and jointly sponsored by five professional associations (AMTE, ASTE, NCSS-CUFA, CEE, and SITE). This is the only joint venture of this kind in the field of teacher education. Each professional association has sole responsibility for editorial review of articles in its discipline:
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Thinking about building or hosting an online community? Looking for specific tips, tools and ideas? Start here. The following is a collection of articles that may help inform your work. They are all covered by our Creative Commons license which makes the material available with limited restrictions. Check it out.
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Developing TheWeb.com offers you the chance to provide a stable online support for your language students. Among many possibilities, you will be able to offer the following: support for group classes - support for one-to-one classes - support for telephone classes - whole online courses