• Online Teaching and Assessment

  • Online Discussions and Critical Thinking

  • The importance of course design, feedback, and facilitation: student perceptions of the relationship between teaching presence and cognitive presence
    http://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/adaUtQXjX2E3veFpRKsE/full
  • Using Data Visualization Tools to Support Online Discussion Facilitation
    http://www.editlib.org/noaccesspresent/41084
  • Encouraging Critical Thinking in Online Threaded Discussions
    http://thejeo.com/Archives/Volume6Number1/Arendpaper.pdf

    Arend, B. (2009). Encouraging Critical Thinking through Online Threaded Discussions. The Journal of Educators Online, 6(1): 1-23.

  • Here is an example of the guidelines I use for online discussions.

  • Online Assessment Research

  • Course Assessment Practices and Student Learning Strategies in Online Courses
    http://www.sloan-c.org/publications/jaln/v11n4/v11n4_arend_member.asp

    Arend, B. (2007) Course Assessment Practices and Student Learning Strategies in Online Courses. Journal of Asynchronous Learning Networks 11(4): 3-13.

  • Summary Report: Course Assessment Practices and Student Learning Strategies in Online College Courses. (20 pages)
  • If You Grade it, Will They Learn? A Study about Assessment in Online Courses. Presented at the 2006 Sloan-Consortium Conference, Orlando, FL.
  • Grading is Teaching: Using Effective Assessment Practices in Online Courses. Presented at the 2006 POD Network Conference, Portland, OR.
  • UCOL Teaching Strategies Online

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