Humanizing the Online Classroom
Course designers and instructors need to make a conscious effort to humanize their online courses because many of the elements that create human connections in the face-to-face environment—body language, eye contact, and tone—are absent online, says Dick Carpenter, assistant professor in the College of Education at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs.
- Incorporating Online Discussion Groups into an Adult Accelerated Course to Facilitate Student Interaction
- Faculty Learning Community Brings Together Diverse Group to Discuss Asynchronous Communication
- Handling a High-Enrollment Hybrid Course
- Discussion Forum: The Heart of the Online Course
- Tips from the Pros - Manage Communication to Reduce Instructor Workload
- Humanizing the Online Classroom