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A New Game! Can We Play as a Team? Tertiary-LifelongBob Paulson discusses the advantages of Adventist colleges and universities working together as a team in the areas of enrollment and tuition, teacher training and technical support, purchase power, early enrollment programs for high school students, and sponsoring online courses and teachers.
Creating Learning Communities in Online Classrooms Kindergarten-LifelongHow important is the concept of community to the success of online learning? Don Roy and Shirley Freed explore the implications of community for online environments and consider how educators can facilitate its development.
Smash Head on Keyboard to Continue: Two Social Work Teachers' Experience With Cyber-Teaching Tertiary-LifelongTwo social work professors share their experience creating a high quality web-based college course in social policy. Their journey moved them from tradition to innovation, improved their collaborative skills, and helped them find new methods for making decisions about assignments, grading, evaluation, and determining student outcomes.
Staying Mission-Centered: How a Curriculum Development Model Can Help Keep Online Courses Focused Tertiary-LifelongDesigned as a guide for creating online curricula and instruction, the Mission Infinity Model helps clarify the complex process of designing and developing online courses. This model divides the design process into two parallel phases: thinking and doing.