Teaching Online With Errol: New Technology Does NOT Equate to Less Teaching Effort in the Online Classrooms
The software and course delivery systems available for the online instructor seem to multiply like rabbits. Their features can confuse, disorient, and befuddle the online instructor. Using this technology takes much more than powering up our computer and clicking here and uploading there. It requires finely honed skills to integrate the software and systems so students have an optimal learning experience.
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