"The heart and soul of an online course is not the lecture, the delivery, the audio or video. Rather, it is the interactions between the participants and the teacher, as well as the interaction among the participants themselves." William Draves and Julie Coates
THE NETWORKED STUDENT Advanced use of (online) tools to learn in collaboration and within a net of connected learners in this video-lecture by Wendy Drexler. How much of this account is true, or common, for the student -online or onsite, today?
How to become a successful online student (Duquesne University) Nifty brochure with high-quality content on becoming a proficient online student (I prefer to avoid 'successful' because proficiency or competence depends mostly on oneself, whereas success mostly depends on others and on external factors... let's not mislead online learners and better tell them what they can do… Continue reading Proficient or successful?