Introduction to Online Learning
A Guide for Students
- Julie L. Globokar - Kaplan University, USA
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I'm requiring it for all of my online students because many have a hard time adapting to online learning. I will be writing one of these myself soon!
A useful introduction to on-line learning for students embarking on distance learning modules
Excellent introduction, concise and easy reading.
This text has been helpful in assisting students in their individual online course design projects.
I'm having the bookstore order it as a "Recommended," as opposed to "Required" text. A lot of it doesn't apply to the particular course, as designed, but I think the earnest student would find it interesting and useful.
Note: In the prompt above this box, "relevent" shoud be "relevant." :-)
Excellent source for students seeking to understand the principles behind elearning and why it is now, or should be, an integral part of their learning environment.
Sample Materials & Chapters
Chapter 1 - Debunking the Myths of Online Education