Does the thought of teaching courses online seem like a daunting and time consuming task? Even if you have already taught a course online, or a blended course that was partially online and partially face to face, you probably found those courses seem to require more time and effort than traditional face-to-face ones.
Well you are not alone, teaching online frequently requires more work than traditional face-to-face courses. Many online instructors find it daunting to keep up with student emails, questions, announcements, grades, and class discussions. These demands can be challenging. However, once you are armed with strategies for time management of online and blended courses, you’ll be able to take control of your courses, and enjoy the benefits online instruction.
To learn about these strategies, all adjunct and full-time faculty are encouraged to attend our upcoming workshop entitled “Save Time Teaching Online: Time Management Tips and Tools for Online Instruction,” offered by NLU’s Academic Technology Department. In the 1 hour workshop you will learn about tools and strategies to save time and energy while effectively teaching online and blended courses.
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