Category Archives: Online Education

Traditional Classrooms Vanishing as Rise In Online Education Accelerates

By Paul Bradley Editor Community College Week In the eight years that the Sloan Consortium has been tracking the growth in distance learning in the nation’s colleges and universities, its annual survey has documented one constant: rapid, unabated growth in … Continue reading

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Sink or Swim: How To Stay Afloat When Teaching an Online Course

By Janet Hawkins, Associate Director of Public Affairs, Washtenaw Community College The technology used today in the distance learning classroom can be mind numbing for some of us boomers. I am a community college PR/marketing professional in my mid-50s, and I … Continue reading

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Blurring the Lines Between Online and Traditional Classroom Pedagogy

By Deborah Cardenas Professor of Biology Collin College Conventional teaching promotes the separation of online and traditional classes. Initially, I believed in the efficacy of that strategy. However, after teaching online and traditional classes within the same semester, I decided … Continue reading

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