Online learners want to feel that they are part of a class or program and that they are valued as students.  The more they can become engaged in the course the more they will feel they are contributing to the learning process. This group is for 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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Andragogy in Online Learning | Origin: EL140 | New comment by Noemi de la Torre

Each student learns differently but, as long as there is passion in treaching they will be engaged. 

Engaging Online Learners | Origin: EL141 | New comment by JO ANNE MUTIA

This module has provided me with more ways to engage my students in both the classroom and online evironment. It has also made me do some self reflection on how to improve the methods that I am...

Engaging Online Learners | Origin: EL141 | New comment by Alma Parco

Instructors should mix class lectures with group discussions, hands-on exercises, and independent learning to motivate and engage students in the classroom. 

Blogging | Origin: EL110 | New comment by Dalybeth Reasoner

The use of Flickr as a visual Blog tool

Microblogging | Origin: EL110 | New comment by Dalybeth Reasoner

I was not aware of Tumblr and Edmodo

Media Hosting and Sharing | Origin: EL110 | New comment by Dalybeth Reasoner

I was not aware of teacher's Tube which I will look into

Social Networking | Origin: EL110 | New comment by Dalybeth Reasoner

I had never heard about Piazza as a tool and will look into it for possible use. 

Engaging Online Learners | Origin: EL141 | New comment by Fidel Jason Liwag

I'm relatively new with online instruction and this is an eye opener for me. It is important to keep the student actively involved in the learning process instead of just a passive participant. I...

Social Networking | Origin: EL110 | New comment by Clifford Thompson

We use Discord to encourage our students.  

Engaging Online Learners | Origin: EL141 | New comment by Alan John Matus

Studies have shown that timeliness in responding to student questions is the most important trait expected by students from a teacher. I always make sure that students are reminded frequently...