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Shall We Collaborate?. http://tinyurl.com/PADLA- SJU. What’s Missing?. “Though more connected than any previous generation, many online learners report feeling something is missing from their educational experience.”.

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shall we collaborate
Shall We Collaborate?

http://tinyurl.com/PADLA-SJU

what s missing
What’s Missing?

“Though more connected than any previous generation, many online learners report feeling something is missing from their educational experience.”

Boyers, J.M. (2013, September). Online Done Right: The importance of human interaction for student success. elearnmag.acm.org. Retrieved November 11, 2013.

collaboration is key
Collaboration is Key

“Quality online learning builds on an exchange of ideas by providing and encouraging regular, consistent interaction that is so vital to mastering new concepts.

Well-structured courses, with high levels of interactivity, enable students to expand their horizons beyond their geographical constraints and the limits of a brick-and-mortar classroom.”

Boyers, J.M. (2013, September). Online Done Right: The importance of human interaction for student success. elearnmag.acm.org. Retrieved November 11, 2013.

common concerns
Common Concerns
  • How am I going to connect with my online students?
  • How can I get my online students to work together?
  • How can I create a sense of community in my virtual classroom?
strategic planning
Strategic Planning
  • Quality Matters Rubric
    • Standard 5 – Learner Interaction and Engagement
    • 5.1 The learning activities promote the achievement of the stated learning objectives.
    • 5.2 Learning activities provide opportunities for interaction that support active learning.
    • 5.3 The instructor’s plan for classroom response time and feedback on assignments is clearly stated.
    • 5.4 The requirements for student interaction are clearly articulated.
communicating
Communicating

Announcements

E-mail/Messages

Discussion Boards

Wikis

Blogs/Journals

Collaborate

collaborate
Collaborate

Web conferencing tool

  • Two-Way Audio
  • Multi-Point Video
  • Interactive Whiteboard
  • Application and Desktop Sharing
  • Session Recording
collaborate tools
Collaborate Tools

Whiteboard (lecture/discussion)

Application Sharing (demonstration)

Web Tour (exploratory)

i n the classroom
In the Classroom

Polling (encourage interaction)

Student moderators (presentations)

Breakout rooms (group projects)

around campus
Around Campus

Online workshops

Virtual office hours

Faculty/departmental meetings

conversion strategy
Conversion Strategy

Frequent communication/explanation

Face-to-face workshops

Online workshops

Virtual office hours

One-on-one training

collaborate poll
Collaborate Poll

Do you currently use a web conferencing tool in your online courses?

Yes

No

discussion
Discussion

Your experience engaging online learners

Creating community in the virtual classroom

Using synchronous tools in your online course

thank you
Thank You!

Chontel Delaney, Instructional Design Specialist cdelaney@sju.edu

Sharon Felegie, Director, Instructional Design Services sfelegie@sju.edu