Teaching the Same Literacy Course Online and On Campus: Keeping the Balance

Lester, Julie H.
September 2007
Online Classroom;Sep2007, p1
The article discusses three areas that are considered important when planning to teach a course both online and on campus, namely the syllabus, communication and assignments. Because the syllabus is an instrument that guides success in teaching and learning, it should describe each of the courses explicitly.


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