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FAS faculty only: Online course development contracts

[NB: Nursing, Social Work, Law, and Business faculty may also be eligible for course development funding, but that would be negotiated with your dean.] Back in 2009, FAS Dean Kris Lindenmeyer started a pilot program for paying faculty for the … Continue reading

Posted at 12:22 p.m. Jan. 7, 2015, by in Teaching Online

Preparing students

Preparing students When designing your course, you should consider the technology requirements for students. These requirements must be listed in the online schedule of classes, by your department, in the “Section Notes” field. For example, Section 90 Notes: NEED ACCESS TO COMPUTER … Continue reading

Posted at 10:16 a.m. Nov. 24, 2014, by in Teaching Online

Evaluating online courses

Evaluating online courses As with any other course taught at Rutgers University–Camden, online courses are observed and evaluated by the chairs of their academic departments. To request access to an online course in Sakai or Canvas: The request can initiate … Continue reading

Posted at 8:39 a.m. Nov. 6, 2014, by in Teaching Online

Lecture options for online courses: text-based options

Text-based lecture options for online courses Overview Developing lectures for online courses is very different from developing lectures for face-to-face courses.There are a variety of options for different types of lectures and can take the form of video or narrative … Continue reading

Posted at 2 p.m. Oct. 7, 2014, by in Creating content, Teaching Online

Lecture options for online courses: narrated options

Narrated lecture options for online courses Overview Developing lectures for online courses is very different from developing lectures for face-to-face courses.There are a variety of options for different types of lectures and can take the form of video or narrative … Continue reading

Posted at 12:13 p.m. Oct. 7, 2014, by in Creating content, Teaching Online

Designing online discussions

Last Updated: Designing online discussions Structure If possible, your online discussions should take place during the same time periods each week (for example, weekly discussions could begin Monday mornings and end each following Sunday night). To encourage a back-and-forth discussion, students should be … Continue reading

Posted at 1:39 p.m. Oct. 1, 2014, by in Creating content, Teaching Online
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