Online enrollment is growing at a rapid rate, as is the technology that supports online instruction.  Instructors need to have strategies that will help them to engage online learners as well as provide them instructional support when needed.  This group is for online educators who aspire to discuss and master the competencies necessary for exemplary performance and top customer service in a dynamic, rapidly changing higher education landscape.  Group members share best practices, ideas, thoughts, reflections, and resources to help colleagues across the globe improve performance. 

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Cardiac/pulmonary link | New comment by Leny Ramos


> I've learned a lot of styles and strategies on how to set gaols as a clinical instructor in order to implement a productive and motivating workplace for my students


Cardiac/pulmonary link | New comment by Leny Ramos

Online Teaching Techniques is very helpful and beneficials to students or individuals who are working or who are parents. They have their own time and at their own pace to deal with schooling. This...


blogs | New comment by Carmen Jimenez

I agree with you, online courses can benefit from blogs between students and isntructors. technology is expanding and we need to expand with the change too.


Reading their impressions | New blog by Ahdy Rofaeil

It takes a while to read the impressions of the students in an online course. The best thing, in my opinion, is to stir them to respond to a question you post. Choosing this question is a CHALLENGE to...

Anatomy & Physiology online | New discussion by Ahdy Rofaeil

What are the strong and the weak points in Anatomy & Physiology courses delivered online?

Keeping the balance | New blog by Ahdy Rofaeil

One of the hardest things to learn as an instructor

Best practices | New blog by Jennifer Howardblack

Sending lots of positive encouraging messages for students. Responding to them in a timely manner and letting them know you care. 

Logical course design | New comment by Laury Farino

Totally agree with you!  I modify course content every quarter

Being Present in online discussion forums | New blog by Laury Farino

Stay present and engaged in online discussion forums.

best successes | New comment by Authurine McNeil

Students enjoy participation and interaction with the course instructor.  It shows students you care and in turn they may find it easy to ask question and stay with the course.