Working smarter, not harder: Setting up an online course to save time!

Beecher, Schuyler
Keeley, Randa G.
Peterson-Ahmad, Maria B.
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Magna Publications

Faculty in higher education have found themselves with more classes, more students, and overall less time and methods for saving time. Therefore, using time more efficiently has become necessary to accomplish our goals. Below are strategies that faculty can use to effectively allocate time, maximize output for students, and minimize time spent revising or creating course materials throughout the semester or academic year. Each of these recommendations require quite a bit of work up front, but the return on investment can be valuable during the busy semester and academic year.

Article originally published in Faculty Focus. English. Published Online 2022.
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Online accessibility, Online course design, Online notifications, Online videos, Universal design for learning
This is the published version of an article that is available at Recommended citation: Beecher, S., Keeley, R. G., & Peterson-Ahmad, M. B. (2022, August 10). Working smarter, not harder: Setting up an online course to save time! Faculty Focus. This item has been deposited in with the author’s permission and in the absence of publisher policies.