Online discussions can help you prepare for class, learn discussion skills, practice your writing skills, and learn from each other.
Online discussion is the heart of a community of practice oriented e-learning course. However, it can be difficult to know how to respond.
Students now communicate with peers and professors through email, online discussion boards and topic-specific course forums, perhaps only coming face-to-face on graduation day. These types of discussions and virtual interaction can enhance the educational process for students who pay attention, participate and follow some simple guidelines.
Online students who want high marks on discussion boards should contribute early and back up their arguments.
Everyone’s dealing with quarantine in different ways. For freshmen who had their first year of college disrupted by the pandemic, adjusting to new schedules amid all the chaos and worry has been somewhat challenging. In their own words, here’s six stories written by freshmen about their coronavirus experiences, from fishing to unemployment worries to TikTok videos.
Britney Winn Lee, a Shreveport author and artist, has created an online oral history project to collect stories and reflections from individuals dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic.
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