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Best Online Teaching Practices, Even for the Laboratory Sciences

Dr. Peter Jeschofnig, Director, Institute for Excellence in Distance Science Education & Linda Jeschofnig, CEO, Hands-On Lab
Dr. Peter Jeschofnig, Director of the Institute for Excellence in Distance Science Education and Linda Jeschofnig, CEO of Hands-On Lab’s Inc. have been engaged in distance education for over 20 years and are the authors of Teaching Lab Science Courses Online. They will review current best practices in online instruction, including topics ranging from Course Design, Student Engagement, Discussion Boards, and Alternative Assessments, to Academic Integrity. They will also discuss how these practices are used in teaching laboratory science courses fully online.
Aug 7 2012
61 mins
Best Online Teaching Practices, Even for the Laboratory Sciences
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