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How to Add Interactivity to Your Online Courses

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How to Add Interactivity to Your Online Courses

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Faculty across disciplines have been increasingly embracing online learning, with the goal of enhancing student learning. The intention is good, but it doesn’t always produce the desired outcomes. Much of the traditional online content lacks interactivity and fails to engage students.

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  1. Melody Madlem August 16, 2018

    I am concerned about pricing classes right out of the ability of students to engage. Students pay for online above and beyond F2F classes, they pay for a textbook, and now they have to pay $150 to have this added on the the school’s LMS? Enough!!!

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