Making the Move to ELearning: Putting Your Course Online

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Rowman & Littlefield Education, 2009 - Computers - 268 pages
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Making the Move to eLearning proposes a radical truth that online education, when taught using the methodology perfected by successful veterans of distance learning, surpasses traditional face-to-face teaching and learning. The key is for online educators to learn just what those successful methods are and how to emulate them in their own virtual courses. Making the Move to eLearning is the textbook for new and veteran online teachers who want to learn or refine their online facilitation skills."

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Kay Lehmann is a Milken National Educator award-winner, with a master's and doctorate in online learning. She is currently working full time as an online facilitator and writer. Lisa Chamberlin holds a master's degree in curriculum and instruction (technology emphasis). She has been an online facilitator for more than a decade, as well as a freelance writer, and an editor of education articles. She, along with Dr. Lehmann, is a Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation award-winning educator and trainer.

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