Taming the Online Beast: Conversations on Student Pet Peeves with Online Courses

Citation data:

CONFERENCE: Conference on Higher Education Pedagogy

Publication Year:
2015
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Repository URL:
https://dc.etsu.edu/etsu-works/2561; https://dc.etsu.edu/etsu-works/3428; https://chep.cider.vt.edu/content/dam/chep_cider_vt_edu/2015ConferenceProceedings.pdf
Author(s):
Epps, Susan Bramlett
Tags:
online inquiry; online teaching; online courses; higher education; Higher Education; Online and Distance Education
lecture / presentation description
As faculty we probably have strong feelings about online teaching and we certainly have pet peeves about our students. What if we were to ask our students what their pet peeves about us or our online classes are? (The student assessment of instruction at my own institution doesn’t include a question this direct). And yikes! once we ask, what do we do with that information? Whether you are new to online or an experienced online instruction, come join the conversation and together we will discuss ways to ‘tame the online beast.’