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02 - Reenergizing Online Discussions 
August 14, 2015   10:15am - 11:15am
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0.10 CH  
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The online forum (or discussion board) is one of the most frequently used tools in online courses, but too often student discussions become repetitive and/or lackluster because students are not motivated to meaningfully engage. This webinar offers specific guidelines (the use of groups, distinctive prompts, cogent directions, and well-defined assessment criteria) for creating online discussions that require cogent textual analysis and critical thinking and encourage more substantive interaction with peers.

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