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CONTENTS @FCTX2:List of Exhibits 00 Preface to the Second Edition 00 Acknowledgments 00 The Authors 00 @FCTX:PART ONE The Learning Community in Online Learning @FCTX2:ONE When Teaching and Learning Leave the Classroom 000 @FCTX3:Online Issues and Concerns 000 Students Online 000 Making the Transition and Establishing Presence 000 The Search for Knowledge and Meaning in the Online Classroom 000 Putting the Pieces Together 000 New Approaches, New Skills 000 Implications 000 @FCTX2:TWO Recontextualizing Community 000 @FCTX3:The Importance of Community 000 Community Online 000 The Element of Social Presence 000 Coalescence and Belonging Online 000 Recontextualizing Community 000 Community in the Virtual Classroom 000 Participation and Desired Outcomes in the Online Classroom 000 @FCTX2:THREE The Human Side of Online Learning 000 @FCTX3:The Need for Human Contact 000 Connectedness and Coalescence 000 Shared Responsibility, Rules, and Norms 000 Roles and Participation 000 Shadow Issues: The Issues We Simply Dont Want to Face 000 Other Psychological Issues 000 Ritual as the Psychological Expression of Community 000 Spiritual Issues 000 Culture and Language Issues 000 Vulnerability, Ethics, and Privacy 000 Final Thoughts 000 @FCTX2:FOUR Practical Considerations in Online Learning 000 @FCTX3:About Time 000 Group Size 000 Cost and Other Administrative Issues 000 Online Security 000 @FCTX2:FIVE Managing the Relationship to Technology 000 @FCTX3:The Relationship of Person to Machine 000 Technology as a Facilitative Tool 000 Excuse Us, We Are Now Experiencing Technical Difficulties 000 @FCTX2:SIX Moving Teaching and Learning Online @FCTX3:Effective Teaching and Learning in the Online Classroom Roles and Functions of the Instructor in the Online Classroom The Role of the Learner in the Learning Process The Hybrid Course and Online Community Moving to Specifics @FCTX:PART TWO Teaching and Learning in the Virtual Learning Community @FCTX2:SEVEN Building Foundations @FCTX3:Creating an Effective Course Design Constructing the Online Course Site If You Build It, Will They Come? Final Thoughts Guiding Questions to Assist in Building an Effective Course Syllabus Evaluating an Effective Online Course @FCTX2:EIGHT Promoting Collaborative Learning @FCTX3:Formulating a Shared Goal for Learning Problems, Interests, and Experiences as Springboards for Learning Dialogue as Inquiry Encouraging Expansive Questioning Sharing Responsibility for Facilitation Promoting Feedback Intergroup and Other Forms of Collaboration Final Thoughts Guiding Questions to Promote Collaborative Learning @FCTX2:NINE Transformative Learning @FCTX3:The Process of Transformative Learning in the Online Classroom Learning About Learning Through the Use of Technology Creating Opportunities to Encourage Reflection on the Differences Learning About Technology by Using It Encouraging Questions and Comments About the Technology Self-Reflection Final Thoughts: We Are the Experts When It Comes to Our Own Learning Guiding Questions to Promote Transformative Learning @FCTX2:TEN Student Assessment and Course Evaluation @FCTX3:Assessment and Evaluation Basics Student Performance Course Evaluation Program Evaluation Final Thoughts Questions to Consider in Student, Course, and Program Evaluation @FCTX2:ELEVEN Lessons Learned and a Look Ahead @FCTX3:The Six Essential Elements The Essence of Online Learning: Community Unresolved Issues and Unanswered Questions Lessons Learned and a Look to the Future Extending Community Beyond the Classroom Implications for Instructor Training @FCTX2:APPENDIX A Examples of Course Syllabi APPENDIX B Glossary of Terms Used in Online Learning APPENDIX C Internet Resources for Distance Education References Index
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Distance education -- United States.
College teaching -- United States -- Data processing.
Computer-assisted instruction -- United States.