Establishing and Maintaining Your Online Presence

… a sense of presence is “being there” and “being together” with online learners throughout the learning experience. It looks and feels as if the instructor has placed the learner at the center of the course development and created the course for that learner. It also looks and feels as if the instructor is accessible to the learners and that the learners are accessible to the instructor and each other, and that the technology is transparent to the learning process.

Lehman, R.M. and Conceição, S.C.O. (2010) Creating a Sense of Presence in Online Teaching. Jossey-Bass, San Francisco, p. 3.

On this page, you’ll find resources that will help you establish and maintain your online classroom presence, and provide your students with fair and effective feedback on activities and assignments.

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Continuing Studies Instructors:
Murray Cornish, Business Administration Certificate
Colleen Kawalilak, Adult and Continuing Education Certificate
Mary Kennedy, Adult and Continuing Education Certificate
Tracy Kirkham, Environmental & Occupational Health Certificate
Karen Lee, Public Relations Diploma
Candace Matelic, Cultural Resource Management Diploma
Laurie Phipps, Business Administration Certificate
Anna Marie White, Public Relations Diploma

Continuing Studies DE Consultants:
Katy Chan
Sue Doner
Emily Schudel
Keith Webster

 

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