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Teaching Online

Resources for Castleton University faculty development around online teaching.

Resources

Textbook companion websites

Companion website to the book Essentials of Online Course Design A Standards-Based Guide (2016) by Marjorie Vai & Kristen Sosulski

Companion website to the book Teaching Online: A Practical Guide (2017) by Susan Ko and and Steve Rossen. Includes links to lots of resources.


Relevant journals

Journal of Asynchronous Learning Networks
Access is through Education Research Complete. Subscription resource.  Log-in required for off-campus access.

Journal of Online Teaching and Learning (JOLT) from MERLOT (Multimedia Educational Resource for Learning and Online Teaching)

Ebooks on online teaching

Books in the Castleton library related to teaching online

Finding library materials on online teaching
 

Subject headings in the catalog

Try these terms in your search

  • Education, Higher Computer-assisted instruction
  • Internet in Higher Education
  • Web-based instruction

Browsing in the library

Or browse in the library or online, call numbers 371.3344 - 371.35

For the print books below, click on the title to get to the record in the library catalog.  Then click on "Browse shelf" to see other relevant books.

Using video

Salman Khan's TED talk about the creation of Khan Academy, a collection of educational videos offering instruction in math and other subjects. "He shows the power of interactive exercises, and calls for teachers to consider flipping the traditional classroom script -- give students video lectures to watch at home, and do "homework" in the classroom with the teacher available to help."