Lessons Learned from 13 Years as a Director of Online Education

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Back in 2004 I made the decision to develop my first online course. I was using online discussions in one of my face-to-face classes and having success with them—really, my primary motivation to teach fully online. So in 2005 I took the leap and offered my first online class. No training, no instructional design support, no media specialists to help me create fancy videos, not much of a clue as to what I was doing.

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