Online Classroom newsletter as been helping educators develop and define the world of online education since its inception in 2003. Issue after issue, we look at the challenges and opportunities presented by this dynamic, fast-growing teaching medium.
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Online Classroom is the newsletter of choice for those who want to stay abreast of the rapidly evolving world of online teaching. This monthly publication helps you:
- Create and design quality online courses
- Stay current with the latest online learning strategies
- Manage online courses without becoming overwhelmed
- Keep online students engaged and committed
- Continuously evolve and improve your online courses
Published 12 times per year.
A MUST read for:
- Online instructors
- Faculty who are preparing to teach online or in a blended format
- Instructional designers
- Distance education administrators
- Faculty development staff
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Robert Kelly has been an editor and writer for Magna Publications since 2000, when he assumed responsibility for Academic Leader. Rob is the founding editor of Online Classroom and assists with The Teaching Professor. Before joining Magna, he held various editorial positions in the field of tax law, community newspapers, and a university hospital public relations office. Rob has a B.A. in political science/liberal arts from the College of New Jersey and studied journalism at West Virginia University.
Broad in scope, Online Classroom
covers topics including:
- Online course design
- Instructor roles
- Course management
- Student support
- Academic integrity
- Time management
- Synchronous/Asynchronous interaction
- Assessing student learning
- Threaded discussions
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