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Making the Shift from Live to Virtual Lectures: Experiences of an Adjunct Professor of Business
|Title:||Making the Shift from Live to Virtual Lectures: Experiences of an Adjunct Professor of Business|
|Author Affiliation:||Jason Caudill - Grand Canyon University|
|Abstract:||There are many practices that a professor must modify when making the transition from an on-ground to an online classroom environment. Depending on the technologies used, modifications may be needed to pedagogical practices. One that is particularly challenging is when moving from live, physical lectures to live, archived, online lectures. Not only does the live audience need to understand the material, but material must be presented in such a way so that students downloading the archive at a later time can gain the same understanding. Compounding this pedagogical challenge are the very real concerns of managing the online environment with all of its challenges. This paper presents background on other studies of online lecture pedagogy as well as a case study of one instructor’s experiences.|
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TCC 2006 Proceedings|
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