The Online College Instructor
Navigating the Virtual College Classroom

Posts Tagged ‘online learning

Students and Their Computers

June 1, 2009

Some students appear to be having difficulty accessing or downloading lecture pages created in Apple’s iWeb.

12 Million Students in Online Classes in 2008

January 27, 2009

You might be interested in the following video from the January 27th Today Show about the increase of online students: http://today.msnbc.msn.com/id/26184891/vp/18424824#28873418

New E-learning Tools

January 26, 2009

I love lists; they’re so easy to read and informative, too.  Today I found a useful list of new e-learning tools, written by Jane Hart (Centre for Learning & Performance Technologies).  One of the tools for 2009 Ms. Hart included is one I will probably use later this semester in one of my online courses.  […]

Here We Go Again!

January 7, 2009

Six days and counting.  Things have been pretty quiet around here, without any discussion boards to read or emails to answer from my students, but that’s about to change – big time. A new 12-week semester begins this coming Monday, and I’m all set to go.  Tomorrow, I’ll send out my “Welcome” email to all […]

Welcome to The Online College Instructor

October 2, 2008

“What do you do all day?”  I’m asked that question many times and, of course, when I explain that I’m a full time online university instructor, I usually get that glassy-eyed stare of someone who has trouble dealing with anyone who “plays on the computer all day long.” I’m sure freelance writers, home-based entrepreneurs, and […]