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The CU Online Handbook, 2011
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IntroductionPatrick R. LowenthalPart 1: Trends and Issues with Online LearningChapter 1: Creating Standards for Online CoursesKathleen L. PoundersChapte 2: You Can Do it in your Jammies, and Other Things We Should Never Say About Learning OnlinePatrick R. Lowenthal & Joanna C. DunlapChapter 3: The Power of Visuals and Hands-On Play with Online LearningElizabeth C. ConnerChapter 4: Embracing the shift: Edupunk, Teaching Naked, Social Media and making it all work in the classroomHoward CookChapter 5: Death to the digital dropbox: Rethinking Student Privacy and Public PerformancePatrick R. Lowenthal & David ThomasChapter 6: Effectively Organizing Student Work Groups in an Online Learning Environment Jeffrey R. NystromChapter 7: Evolution and Transformation: From Physical to Virtual Classroom, from Teaching to LearningRodney MuthChapter 8: Remember the Importance of the Human TouchKelly BergmanChapter 9: Jazzed about JingMargarita Bianco & Dan McCollomChapter 10: Getting to Know You: The First Week of Class and BeyondJoanna C. Dunlap & Patrick R. LowenthalPart 2: Technology in ActionChapter 11: What‘s Your Story? Using Digital Storytelling to Enhance 21st Century SkillsSherri Clemens & Melissa KreiderChapter 12: Telling Stories and Teachable Moments: The Possibility of Adobe ConnectBarbara J. Dray Chapter 13: Critical and Creative Thinking: Embrace Xtranormal Stephanie TownsendChapter 14: Experimenting with Google Docs for Group ProjectsStorm GloorChapter 15: Horton Hears a TweetJoanna C. Dunlap & Patrick R. LowenthalChapter 16: Driving Student Engagement and Focus in an Accelerated Biology Class Using BlogsTod DuncanChapter 17: Best Practices for Web Conferencing with Adobe Connect ProJozianne MestasChapter 18: Lecture Capture Made Easy with PanoptoDavid PaulChapter 19: Taking Class to the Airwaves: BlogTalkRadioConnie L. FulmerChapter 20: Supporting Faculty Through PodcastingAnna Thai & Brian YuhnkeChapter 21: Using Reflection Surveys to Improve Teaching and LearningJackie Dobrovolny & Patrick R. LowenthalEmerging Tools and Applications
ResourcesA Review of Selected Timeline ApplicationsPatty Meek
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