Distance Education Guide For Teachers
Q: I have enjoyed observing this informative list for several months. Now, I d like to pose a question for the members of this list. Can anyone recommend a text for community college instructors interested in creating their own online courses? Currently, The Distance Learner s Guide is being recommended to the faculty, but this text is meant for students. I have found several Web sites to supplement the book, but we would prefer to find an all-inclusive guide for initiating faculty into the world of online education.
A: the following may be useful: The University of Texas' Distance Education: Primer http://www.utexas.edu/cc/cit/de/deprimer/overview.html#defines The CASTLE Project http://www.le.ac.uk/castle/ Distance Learning: Planning Considerations and Options http://dmi.oit.itd.umich.edu/reports/DistanceLearn/index.html Detailed information on an 'all-inclusive' series of independent study modules, developed for instructors in the Alberta, Canada, post-secondary education system, can be found at the Educational Technology Professional Development Program web site at http://www.gmcc.ab.ca/nw/imd/etpdp/
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