Do you spend ages on the web gathering resources for class but have no way to organize them effectively?
Learn how to easily curate information so that it can be easily navigated and shared with students.
Multiple-choice questions can often be confusing to students, leaving them scratching their heads, wondering what the professor intended to ask.
In online courses, misleading or ambiguous questions can be particularly frustrating, since professors are not standing by to answer questions while students take the test.
How can professors write multiple-choice questions that will be easy for students to understand?
Follow these 15 Do’s and Don’ts while writing your multiple-choice quizzes to ensure that your tests are effective, straightforward, and leave no room for confusion.
This well-developed presentation outlines 6 characteristics of effective online courses: access to technology, clear guidelines and procedures, participation, collaborative learning, transformative learning, assessment and evaluation. Six Characteristics of Effective Online Courses by Christopher T. Davis, Ph.D.