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Constructivism, Meaning Making, and Breaking News
Constructivism and authenticity can be achieved in online classes through the use of current events, including breaking news stories. Used in communications courses, including media and society, intercultural communication, ...
Presence & Engagement: Best Practices for the Online Text-Based Classroom
Instructor presence is vital for students to become engaged in their courses. Literature from distance learning journals, student interviews, and an ethnographic study show that how present and involved an instructor is ...
Technology in the Asynchronous Online World
Evolving technologies have impacted learning in the asynchronous and synchronous online world. An examination of the asynchronous online world is conducted and a review of the existing hypotheses surrounding learning is ...
Authentic Instruction and Online Delivery: Proven Practices in Higher Education
This book is a collection of work from a group of faculty members at a single university. City University of Seattle is a small, private, not-for-profit university primarily serving working adults in the Pacific Northwest, ...
Supporting the Success of Adult and Online Students
This book is the fifth and final volume in the Proven Practices in Higher Education series published by City University of Seattle. In the five years since the first volume was published, higher education has experienced ...