Interested in Teaching Online?

Experience Online Faculty and Student Perspectives

Take some time to explore these videos, where online faculty and students share their experiences related to teaching and learning online.

In this video, online faculty and instructional designers talk about opportunities in the online classroom that are not available when teaching face to face.
(9 minutes)

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In this video, online faculty and instructional designers share their perspectives on the benefits of teaching online.
(6 minutes)

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In this video, online students, faculty and instructional designers share student perspectives on faculty interaction and online course delivery approaches.
(22 minutes)

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In this video, online faculty and instructional designers offer advice to online students that can also guide faculty in designing, developing, and delivering online courses.
(3 minutes)

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MORE TO EXPLORE

If you are interested in learning more from experienced online students and faculty, take some time to explore these videos:

Pitfalls of Online Student-Faculty Interaction (14 minutes)
In this video, online faculty and instructional designers talk about some of the challenges of online interaction, and ways to overcome them.
https://youtu.be/WZ8PHKtv44w 

Course Design: General Considerations (30 minutes)
This video explores online course design considerations for creating a learner-centered online classroom.
https://youtu.be/VHN6ZyqsDEw

Penn State Online Teaching Competency Video Playlist
This video series covers 170 different competencies for teaching online.
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL10135682177CBD2D

What I Have Learned After Completing 28 Online College CoursesAlicia Fernandez  (46 minutes)
This video shares the online experiences that either hindered or facilitated the learning of this award-winning online student.
http://sysadm.mediasite.suny.edu/Mediasite/Play/ddcb1652dbb443b2b00a912bb3314bce1d

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