Monthly Archives: October 2013

Reflections on an Online Class

As I mentioned in a previous post, I personally view the summer “online only” session of Art265 as a success.  My measurement of success is perhaps over simplified: the work produced by the students was at or above the quality … Continue reading

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Teaching Online : The Nuts & Bolts

There are many digital tools available for us to deliver course content, including open source software and very expensive proprietary suites.  The terms CMS (Course Management System) and LMS (Learning Management System) get tossed around a bit, as this sector … Continue reading

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