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Using the different media strategies to engage students.  Now I need to learn where to find some of the tools to incorporate these into my courses.  

I evaluate which questions are asked the most, have a frequently as question page so they can see if their question has already been answered.  

If it still can not be answered then have a set time like Lucy stated above, email student and try to coordinate a time that is convenient.

Getting students' engaged by using different methods of questions, using google with their reading to enhance the retention of what they are learning and why.  

If the student can navigate the information readily, they will be more apt to participate and engage more in the learning subject.  

Encouraging students to have peer to peer interaction. Checking to make sure students are comprehending material at regular intervals. 


The library is a great place to start for guidance about copyright resources.


It's important to be proactive and teach everyone at your institution to be a great digital citizen. 


Knowing about copyright laws can prevent a lot of costly legal ramifications.

I use computer software tools to help with anti-plagiarism efforts.

VI is becoming more prominent as some work is remote. 

Student engagement correlates with enhanced critical thinking skills and improved knowledge retention. By actively involving students in the learning process, educators create an environment that fosters deep analysis, comprehensive understanding, and long-term retention of acquired knowledge.

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