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Virtual Teams in a Synchronized Visual Learning Environment: Experiences of an Adjunct Learning Facilitator
|Title:||Virtual Teams in a Synchronized Visual Learning Environment: Experiences of an Adjunct Learning Facilitator|
|Author Affiliation:||Barbara Lauridsen - Capella University|
|Abstract:||This conference paper documents the experience for virtual learners in a Visual Learning Environment. A guided experience will be illustrated eCollege and Elluminate revealing an online learning environment for students at National University. This paper explores how synchronized lessons can support problem solving in information age using two case studies. The broader context of best practices in the industry is adapted for facilitating web enabled hybrid online courses. The scope includes integration of synchronized and asynchronized teaching environment covering the technology, pedagogy and context of learning outcomes for accredited academic degree programs. The ideal audience is faculty and program coordinators for online course delivery. Participants will receive a CD with an audio recording of the session, a set of example virtual team papers and joint presentations, and a copy of the story-board PowerPoint slides.|
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TCC 2009 Proceedings|
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