D2L EMEABest practice guide for teaching an online course

Best practice guide for teaching an online course

In many ways, online teaching can provide the same results as a face-to-face education. In fact, there are numerous advantages to being able to interact one-on-one with students in an online environment. However, setting up and teaching an online course takes a certain understanding of the toolset that is available to maximise the educational benefit for instructors and students alike.

In this guide we examine the best practices for delivering an online or blended learning course and break down the top-level steps that successful institutions are doing to ensure their online course offerings are successful. In this guide, you’ll get tips on:

  • Developing online course content and effective course design
  • Using tools to increase lecturer presence
  • Monitoring student progress to improve engagement

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