Tag Archives: online learning

Evaluating Online Courses: a prelude

This is the first of a seven part series examining how different institutions evaluate online courses. Each of the seven blog postings after this will feature a different rubric from a different institution for evaluating online courses.  I am specifically … Continue reading

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Essential Skills for Online Students

(Photo credit: London College of Fashion short courses) I am writing up a page for our students here at Humboldt State University on the study skills needed to be a successful online student. The same skills needed for success in … Continue reading

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The Trouble with College, Online or Off

There is an editorial in the New York Times entitled “The Trouble with Online College” this morning about online education. It argues that online education has high attrition rates and that students who are unprepared for college will not do … Continue reading

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