Reviews and Testimonials
This volume contains 15 chapters on methods to increase productivity and efficiency in online teaching. Educators and others from the US and Canada address the design of content and courses, including the use of visualization, gaming, and analytics, and blended learning environments and the process of grade appeal grievances; communication aspects like social media, collaboration and self-directed learning, technology tools, and discussion forums; assignments and assessment (online quizzes and tests, discussion boards, collaborative projects, and designing assignments based on the revised Bloom's taxonomy); and advanced design and interaction ideas, including instantaneous electronic student feedback, game design, online branching simulations, and advanced feedback.
– ProtoView Reviews
Editors Dickenson and Jaurez have put together a valuable resource for teachers, researchers, and curriculum administrators who are tasked with improving and expanding quality and efficiency in online education. This reference is recommended for public, community college, and university libraries.
– Laura J. Bender, American Reference Books Annual (ARBA)