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Salmon, G. (2000). E-Moderating: The Key to Teaching and Learning Online.
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Brown, D. G. (2002, January). Interactive Teaching. Syllabus,
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Hanna, N. R. (2002). Chat with Confidence and Content: A Qualitative Study
on the Levels of Interaction in Science Content Online Chats.
Paper presented at the WebCT 2002 - 4th Annual User Conference,
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Ragan, L. C., & Terheggen, S. L. (2003).
Effective Workload Management
Strategies for the Online Environment: The
UCLA’s Higher Education
Research Institute, http://www.gseis.ucla.edu/heri/heri.html
Locations of Example Distance Education Instructional Methods
NCSA Emerging Technologies for Science, Education and Business http://archive.ncsa.uiuc.edu/edu/course98/html/topics/week4.html
The River Dammed: The Proposed Removal of the Lower Snake River Dams http://ublib.buffalo.edu/libraries/projects/cases/snake_river/snake_river.html
The Great Paper Airplane Challenge
Keys to Successful Projects
International Telementor Program
Example Discussion Group Guidelines
“Class Participation” guide: http://www.uidaho.edu/ag/agecon/391/classdiscuss.htm
Instructor: John Foltz
Course: Ag Econ 391, Agribusiness Management
Anchored instruction: Connecting learning to the interests and prior experiences of learners.
Generative learning strategies: Help the student “make the content his or her own.” (Examples provided in this destination included recall strategies, organizational strategies, integrative strategies, and elaboration strategies.)
Learner-content interaction the student interacts with the course materials
Learner-instructor interaction involves direct communication between the learner and the instructor
Learner-learner interaction as " inter-learner interaction, interaction between one learner and other learners, alone or in group settings, with or without the realtime presence of an instructor" (Distance Education: A Systems View, p. 131).
Rubric is a set of rules or directions that guide the scoring of educational activities that are subjective in nature.
Resources for moderators and facilitators of Online Discussion. Maintained by Mauri Collins and Zane Berge.
Tipsheets for Faculty
Managing Learner-Instructor Interaction and Feedback
The Pennsylvania State University, Teaching and Learning with Technology Unit http://tlt.psu.edu/suggestions/research/interaction.shtml
Ideas for Distance Learning by
California State University, Fullerton, Faculty Development Center
Includes sections on discussion boards, chat rooms, and group work.
Effectively Using Electronic Conferencing
Indiana University, Bloomington