CE  Vol.5 No.23 , December 2014
Online Courses and Online Teaching Strategies in Higher Education
Author(s) Abigail Mitchell
ABSTRACT
Online faculty need to engage the student. Online course work is now an integral element of mainstream higher education. Online courses often lack face-to-face interaction, peer interaction, faculty feedback and the lack of community. Engagement of the learner is essential for learning and promoting student satisfaction. There are online teaching strategies that could enhance a student’s perception of engagement. This manuscript was completed by a literature review process.

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Mitchell, A. (2014) Online Courses and Online Teaching Strategies in Higher Education. Creative Education, 5, 2017-2019. doi: 10.4236/ce.2014.523225.
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