Turn Websites into Lessons with Insert Learning

Credit: iStock.com/nd3000
Credit: iStock.com/nd3000
One major advantage of online learning is that an instructor can use the power of the internet for course content. Instead of having to create each lesson as a lecture in a face-to-face class, they can direct students to the exceptional content that already exists on the web. In this way, the online instructor transitions from content creator to content curator. The instructor’s expertise is not the information stored in their mind but their ability to distinguish good from bad content and wrap that content into an effective lesson.

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