User:Vtaylor/Open TSL/TSL rev 2
- Learning outcomes
- Format - questions and discussion, explore and try new technology, get beyond your comfort zone, develop strategies for finding, assessing and integrating technologies to support learning
- Getting started
- Seven Principles
- Review and reflection
About the Seven Principles
- The Seven Principles were written in 1987. Instructional Immediacy and the Seven Principles: Strategies for Facilitating Online Courses was written in 2003. Why are they still relevant today?
- Has technology changed the interpretation of some of these Principles?
- Have students and their expectations changed since the Principles were written?
- What challenges does today's higher education environment place on faculty and students?
1. Encourage student-faculty contact
- participate in several forms of technology enhanced student-faculty contact
- discuss applicability of functions to traditional expectations for student-faculty contact and identify differences
- suggest new learning activities