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So, You Want to Teach Online: Where Do You Start? Dear Debbie, So, You Want to Teach Online: Where Do You Start? by Laura Howard, PhD, Kenneshaw State University on the SoftChalk.com

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    So, You Want to Teach Online: Where Do You Start? by Laura Howard, PhD, Kenneshaw State University on the SoftChalk.com blog— a 3-part discussion. Click on each of the three post links below.

    For educators interested in teaching online, the question of where to begin is always at the forefront. There are so many resources available and knowing what the first step is can seem impossible. This 3-part blog series from Laura Howard, shares her knowledge and experiences in teaching online from where to start, to making over existing assignments and establishing your own process. The first post focuses on 'Where to Start' and the benefits on teaching online as well as resources you may have available at your institution. The second post focuses on making over existing content, previously used for face-to- face (F2F) instruction, for online use. In the third post, Laura dives into some of the challenges that come with online teaching and offers tips for overcoming them.

    Dr. Howard mentions using SoftChalk in her teaching processes—if you’d like to try creating SoftChalk lessons in your Blackboard course contact UCM’s Technology Support Center [email protected] for the link to download the new SoftChalk 11.

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    Dear Debbie,

    Q: I am teaching three sections of the same class and had

    intended on getting all three sections “merged” together, but did

    not get that request in on time. I am hopeful that you know of an

    easier way to upload content and communicate with the students in all three

    sections efficiently, rather than recreating everything three times.

    ~ Hopeful

    A: Dear Hopeful,

    You are in luck!

    There IS a much

    easier way than managing each section individually. You

    can use Qwickly —a Blackboard module that is available for

    use from your Welcome screen. If you don’t see Qwickly

    already installed you can click on the red Add Module

    button, find Qwickly in the list and select “ADD”.

    The Qwickly module will now be displayed under your My

    Learning tab every time you login to Blackboard and

    provides real time savings as it allows

    you to manage multiple sections at the

    same time. From Qwickly you can make

    multiple courses available, post

    announcements, send email, post

    content or links and even create

    assignments! Follow this link for

    tutorials on using Qwickly and start

    enjoying all the time you can save!

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