Now accepting applications for the 2013 Online Fellows !
Teaching a course online can present an entirely new set of questions and challenges along with new rewards. A student of Kat Quina’s, Associate Dean of CCE, said “I really missed knowing what my classmates looked like, but I was walking down the street and realized any person I saw could be a classmate. Now I look at people differently.”
Blended and fully online courses offer students and faculty the opportunity to think in an entirely new way. Most participants in online classes agree that discussions and conversations are deeper than those in face-to-face settings due to the additional time available that can be used to formulate thoughts.
Whether you are considering creating an online course for the first time or hoping to enhance an already existing course, the Office of Online Education is here to help.
Professor Vince Petronio
"Online Learning levels the playing field for students. It gives introverts time to think before participating and gives others the opportunity to say all they want to say without being interrupted"