Faculty Learning Community Brings Together Diverse Group to Discuss Asynchronous Communication
No matter how long you've taught, there is always something you can learn from colleagues. This is the concept behind Kent State University's faculty learning communities (FLCs). Currently, KSU offers 13 FLCs, one of which focuses solely on asynchronous communication. This online learning-and-teaching FLC uses a combination of face-to-face meetings and Web-based activities to create an environment in which members can consult with each other to improve their online or Web-supported courses.
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- Faculty Learning Community Brings Together Diverse Group to Discuss Asynchronous Communication
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- Humanizing the Online Classroom