Teaching Online With Errol: Design and Write Online Courses with the User in Mind

I have been teaching online for 19 years, and during this time I have encountered many online courses where the layout was less than smooth, the writing quality embarrassing, and the contents confusing. And you who read this column have also experienced this: I know because many of you have emailed me about the problem. This should not and does not have to be. Below are some simple guidelines to ensure that each course is a high-quality learning experience. 

To continue reading, you must be a Teaching Professor Subscriber. Please log in or sign up for full access.

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Related Articles

I have two loves: teaching and learning. Although I love them for different reasons, I’ve been passionate about...
Pop quiz about learning. Answer the question below and don’t read ahead until you’ve selected your answer....
We all have had that lesson that has not gone the way we anticipated: we set high goals...
“Come to class today, and you’ll fight robots,” I emailed my students before their senior seminar class in...
I’m in my course pack era....
Most professors love to learn. Our bookshelves are full of books, our inboxes full of newsletters, and our...
Quizizz has long been a popular app for developing and delivering quizzes to students, and like many apps,...

Are you signed up for free weekly Teaching Professor updates?

You'll get notified of the newest articles.