|| Describe the key elements of distance online programs.
Identify terms and definitions associated with eLearning.
Discuss benefits, limitations, challenges, and weaknesses of eLearning.
List the successful characteristics of facilitator/instructors and students.
Evaluate if online teaching is for you.
Section 1 - FREEBIES
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Section 2 - Distance Education OverviewEngineering Outreach at the University of Idaho has developed an excellent web site; Distance Education at a Glance. You will find an Overview, Strategies for Teaching, Instructional Development, Evaluation, Television, Computers, Print, Strategies for Learning, Research, Videoconferencing, WWW, Copyright, and a Glossary.
The Illinois Online Network (ION) takes a look at each of the Key Elements of an Online Program. Review these elements.
If Networking Terms and Definitions are not your "forte," have no fear. You'll find more than you can ever use at this location.
Section 3 - Benefits, Limitations, Challenges, Weaknesses
Benefits of E-Learning
Section 4 - Facilitator and Learner Success
Louisiana Tech University Principles of Good Practice and Principles of Good Practice Certification Form.
Section 5 - Flowchart and Self-AssessmentIs online teaching right for me? Here is a decision making flowchart from Michigan State University.
The College of DuPage has a Self-Assessment Quiz to help students determine if they possess the technical skills needed to succeed in online learning.
|| I recommend that you print each of the above instructional activities and place them in a three-ring binder under the heading Module 1. This will provide access should the hyperlinks change or if you prefer to highlight sections for later review.
Assessment - once you have reviewed, become familiar with, and completed each section of the instructional activities, e-mail, email@example.com, the following "I have successfully completed Module 1." Be sure you enter your name in case you are not using your La Tech e-mail address. Thanks, James Smith.