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Online Teaching Tips

We’ve compiled some tips, words of wisdom, and things I wish I knew when teaching my first online class from some of the 2013 - 2014 cohort of the Faculty Communities of Teaching Scholars (FaCTS) initiative. The theme for AY 2013-2014 was “Engaging Students in Online Courses.”

Dr. Krista Mincey, Assistant Professor Public Health Sciences, on setting up discussion boards to make grading easier:

Dr. Krista Mincey gives advice on setting up DBs for easier grading [01:05]
Dr. Krista Mincey video transcript (PDF)


Dr. Mark Gstohl, Associate Professor Theology, on making better videos for online teaching:

Dr. Mark Gstohl gives advice on making better videos [02:53]
Dr. Mark Gstohl video transcript (PDF)


Dr. Cary Caro, Assistant Professor Division of Business, on the importance of a start here page and checklists:

Dr. Cary Caro gives advice on start here page and checklists [01:42]
Dr. Cary Caro video transcript (PDF)


Dr. Elizabeth Yost Hammer, Director Center for the Advancement of Teaching and Faculty Development and Psychology Professor, gives advice on scheduling due dates and a word of caution about automatic captioning:

Dr. Elizabeth Yost Hammer gives advice on assignment due dates and a word of caution about automatic captioning [02:37]
Dr. Elizabeth Yost Hammer video transcript (PDF)




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