12 Key Ideas: An Introduction to Teaching Online

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This open licensed course/book has 12 chapters that have been developed to help transition to teaching online. 

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In the words of the authors “This course is an attempt to re-frame the idea of what it means to start teaching online. It will not give you a step by step process to create a syllabus or tell you what buttons to press. The intent of this course is to present you with online learning as a conceptual challenge. These 12 chapters are meant to help transition to teaching online. It is based on our first seven weeks of working with faculty in an intensive synchronous/asynchronous course at the University of Windsor in Canada. Our advice is that you choose one topic a day, watch the short (2-3 min) video, and do the suggested action. Find a friend. Work together.”

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URL: https://ecampusontario.pressbooks.pub/onlineteaching/

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