teaching

Promoting Student Engagement in Your Online/DL Course

Overview

The concept of student engagement has become somewhat an enigma as educators move to the online and distance learning (DL) realm. Many instructors find it challenging to maintain a similar level of engagement as their face-to-face classrooms. This article explores the various aspects of online student engagement that aims at delivering a clearer operational definition of engagement together with teaching tips for online/DL instructors.

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Faculty Resources for Teaching Online at UConn

Last modified: 08/12/2020 by dsm.

Overview

This post is a resource for faculty teaching online graduate and certificate programs as well as the various staff and administrators who support these programs. It is intended to provide information and guidance around roles and procedures that will help faculty be most effective in preparing to design, develop and teach online.

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Best Practices and Expectations for Online Teaching at UConn

Last revised: 11/14/2014 by EHS.

Overview

(Adapted from “Best Practices and Expectations for Online Teaching”  at Penn State.)

Teaching in an online environment is different from teaching in a face-to-face classroom.  Let’s look at some best practices and expectations for your online teaching at UConn.   Continue reading