A 2014 Guide to Engaging Students

Craig Sull, Errol
March 2014
Distance Learning;2014, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p67
Academic Journal
The article presents the approaches and tools online educators can use to actively engage students in distance learning. Topics discussed include the need for the faculty member to keep a regular presence in the online classroom whenever possible, giving positive messages in the feedback to encourage the student and the use of reality-based education and some humor to make the feedback more palpable and suggestion for online instructors to develop their own YouTube videos.


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