Introducing Industry-Standard Documentation to Your Online Course Discussion
Written by: Nicole Hickland
Have you ever been midway through your online course week and thought to yourself that your participation questions are not generating the discussion you had hoped for? Have you ever observed that in some online course sections, students participate at a different rate than other course sections? There have been many occasions when I have had two courses taught simultaneously that generated two completely different levels of discussion.
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