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How to be an online tutor

Author: Julia Duggleby
Publisher: Aldershot, Hampshire, England ; Brookfield, Vt. : Gower, ©2000.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"The book assumes that you have little in the way of technical expertise, perhaps some experience of the World Wide Web and e-mail, but no more. But it isn't intended as a technical primer, rather as a guide to translating what you already do, in terms of training and facilitating learning, into an online environment, either in the conversion of existing courses or in the creation of new courses." "The book focuses  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Julia Duggleby
ISBN: 0566082470 9780566082474
OCLC Number: 42290456
Description: xviii, 158 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: What is Online Learning, Who Wants It and Why? --
Different modes for delivering learning --
Face to face --
Open learning --
Traditional distance learning --
Online learning --
Why choose online learning and for whom? --
The impact of technology on distance education --
Why distance learning? --
Is online learning the answer? --
Who are our potential learners? --
And who are the potential providers? --
A Tutor's Guide to the Internet --
Introduction to the Internet --
What is the Internet? --
A brief history of the Internet --
Web or Internet? --
Getting to know your browser --
Finding your way round the Web --
Web addresses --
Hyperlinks --
Search tools --
Using the Internet to communicate --
E-mail --
Conferencing --
Synchronous chat --
Video-conferencing --
Audio-conferencing --
Discussion lists and newsgroups --
Netiquette --
Which methods of communications should you choose? --
The Planning Cycle --
Planning the course --
Preliminary preparation and research --
What can be taught online? --
Learning outcomes and assessment criteria --
Different forms of online courses --
The content of your course --
Building on the framework --
Lectures and handouts --
Multimedia --
Additional reading --
Learner activities --
Tutorials --
Assessment --
The Web as a resource --
Resources on the Web that support education and training --
Evaluating web sites --
Copyright --
Citing Internet sources --
Designing your course for the Internet --
Hypertext markup language --
Designing a good web site --
Maintaining your web site.
Responsibility: Julia Duggleby.

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Assuming little in the way of technical experience, other than some knowledge of the Internet and email, this text shows how to translate what tutors already do into an online environment. It covers  Read more...

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