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More About This Title The Online Learning Idea Book Volume 1: 95 Proven Ways to Enhance Technology-Based and Blended Learning
SECTION 1. LEARNERS, ACTIVITIES, AND ASSESSMENTS.
Chapter 1. Ideas for Supporting Learners and Learning.
Confirm Exercise Instructions.
Anonymous Weekly Survey.
Really Simple Syndication Feeds.
Virtual Office Hours.
Chatbots. Chapter 2. Ideas for Making Collaboration Work.
Prep for Collaborative Work.
Team Agreement Template.
Rules of Engagement Agreement.
Team Review Form.
Chapter 3. Ideas for Making Discussions Work.
Discussion Message Protocols.
Evaluate Your Contribution.
Karma Points for Contributions.
Acronym and Emoticon Help.
Chapter 4. Ideas for Self-Directed and Asynchronous Activities.
Enter, Compare, Print, and Discuss.
Tell Me Why.
Tell Me About Yourself.
An Expert View.
Email the Author.
Easy Peer Editing.
Introducing Critical Evaluation.
Chapter 5. Ideas for Synchronous Activities.
Come (Back) Early.
Low-Tech Listening Exercise.
Gordon Mackenzie-Style Lecture.
Vanity License Plate.
Where Are You?
Chapter 6. Ideas for Self-Check Activities and Assessments.
Adapted Classroom Assessment Techniques.
Review Puzzles and Games.
Know Your Flooring.
Board Game Self-Check.
Show Training Value.
SECTION 2. INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN.
Chapter 7. Ideas for the Design and Development Process.
Personalized Learning Model.
Fast E-Learning Templates.
Chapter 8. Ideas for Navigation and Usability.
Concept Maps and Causal Loops for Navigation.
Collapsible and Movable Text Layer.
Automated Back and Next Buttons and Page Numbering.
Double Use Glossary.
Here’s What’s New.
Chapter 9. Ideas for Creative Design.
Take the Metro.
Metaphors to Aid Learning.
Stories to Understand the Big Picture.
What I Really Think.
Chapter 10. Ideas for Creative Media.
Slow or Fast Images.
Inside a Cell.
DNA Sliding Clamp.
DNA Sequence Explorer.
Build Your Own Instructional Game.
It’s NOT Ninety-Five.
About the Editor.
—Marc J. Rosenberg, consultant, and author of Beyond E-Learning
"Harness these ideas and multiply your expertise! There's nothing like tried-and-true activities to help increase the value of your online content. This book is a veritable smorgasbord of creative and engaging ideas!"
—Cynthia S. Wehmer, CPT, IT training manager, Coors Brewing Company
"E-learning is a rapidly changing field with new best practices being discovered every day. The Online Learning Idea Book is a fantastic resource for designers, developers, and training professionals to find innovative ideas and proven approaches that make e-learning effective."
—Josh Bersin, CEO, Bersin & Associates
"This book manages to be concrete, yet theory based; innovative, yet practical; and—miraculously for the training-book genre—light on its feet."
—Bill Ellet, editor, Training Media Review
"Looking for practical, insightful, tried-and-tested ideas that you can quickly apply in your online learning programs? Get The Online Learning Idea Book now. I'm sure you'll find an idea you can apply in your very next project (I did), and the book will pay for itself!"
—Harvey Singh, founder and CEO, Instancy, Inc.
"McKeachie’s Teaching Tips, now in its 12th edition, has been distributed for years to new faculty members in higher education. As more instructors go online, I predict that instructional support personnel will also provide them with the latest edition of Shank’s TheOnline Learning Idea Book."
—Thomas C. Reeves, professor, department of educational psychology and instructional technology, College of Education, The University of Georgia
"Patti Shank has collected great ideas about online learning and teaching from all over the globe. If you are an online instructor or instructional designer looking for new ways to involve and engage your learners, you’ll be inspired by this book!"
—Terry Morris, associate professor, William Rainey Harper Colleges