Monthly Archives: July 2015

Managing Time Online: Part 2

Managing Time Online Part 2
Last week we discussed the gold standard of online learning experience design: Your course is complete prior to students ever sitting in their virtual seats. Your intended outcomes are firmly in your sights and you can now devote time during the semester to feedback, assessment, and mentoring. Your solid design and your consistent presence work together to achieve everyone’s educational dreams.
But time demands online are unique. Face-to-face, we’re used to […]

By |July 21st, 2015|Teaching Tip|0 Comments

Managing Time Online: Part 1

Managing Time
One of the most common questions I hear is, “how much time is it going to take to develop my online course?” This question reminds me of similar questions such as, “How long does it take to build a house?” and “How long does it take to make dinner?” The answers to these, of course, are, “it depends.” As a general rule, however, you can expect about one hundred hours of development time […]

By |July 15th, 2015|Teaching Tip|0 Comments