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EDUC 6210 Online Instructional Strategies: Welcome & Course Readings

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Please find your required library readings below. If you have problems with the links below, please contact the Library. If you have APA questions about these materials, please contact the Writing Center.

EDUC 6210 Course Readings

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Betts, K., Riccobono, M. & Welsh, B. (2013). Introduction to the special section on integrating accessibility into online learning. Journal of Asynchronous Learning Networks, 17, 1-5.

Britt, M. (2015). How to better engage online students with online strategies. College Student Journal, 49(3), 399-404.

Crews, T. (2014). Online quality course design vs. quality teaching: Aligning quality matters standards to principles for good teaching. Journal for Research in Business Education, 56(2), 47-63.

DeNisco, A. (2013). Preparing for online teaching: web-based assessment and communication skills in K12. District Administration, 49(5), 38-41.

Farisi, M. (2013). Academic Dishonesty in distance higher education: Challenges and models for moral education in the digital era. Turkish Online Journal of Distance Education, 14(4), 176-195.

Getzlaf, B., Perry, B., Toffner, G., Lamarche, K., & Edwards, M. (2009). Effective instructor feedback: Perceptions of online graduate students. The Journal of Educators Online, 6(2), 1-22.

Kontos, G. (2015). Practical teaching aids for online classes. Journal of Educational Technology Systems, 44(1), 36-52.

Leibold, N. & Schwarz, L. (2015). The art of giving online feedback. The Journal of Effective Teaching, 15(1), 34-46.

Sull, C. (2014). Creating and using an online rubric for maximum effectiveness. Distance Learning, 11(3), 45-48

Other Readings

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