Course Facilitation Tools – Engaging 21st Century Adult Learners


As we develop online courses for our learners, we nurture them with well-conceived, well-designed, well-presented courses and programs. Course facilitation expectations and approaches are designed to engage 21st century learners in asynchronous activities with their peers and teacher. In this presentation, Tony will share research-based facilitation approaches which are designed to engage 21st century learners in an asynchronous approach. Video, audio, multi-media approaches are woven into Ken Bain's work of "What Best College Professor's Do" to address the needs of our learners and add value to their online experiences.

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Tony Pellegrini, Southern Utah University, United States

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Conference: ECE2017
Stream: e-learning and collaborative learning

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