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Online Education 2.0
Evolving, Adapting, and Reinventing Online Technical Communication




ISBN 9780895038050
Published May 30, 2013 by Routledge
332 Pages

 
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First Published in 2017. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor and Francis, an Informa company.

Table of Contents

Introduction
Keith Grant-Davie and Kelli Cargile Cook

SECTION I: EVOLVING PROGRAMS AND FACULTY

CHAPTER 1. What Do You Do When the Ground Beneath Your Feet Shifts?
Barry Maid and Barbara J. D’Angelo

CHAPTER 2. Theoretically Grounded, Practically Enacted, and Well Behind the Cutting Edge: Writing Course Development Within the Constraints of a Campus-Wide Course Management System
Denise Tillery and Ed Nagelhout

CHAPTER 3. Creativity and Consistency in Online Courses: Finding the Appropriate Balance
Keri Dutkiewicz, LuAnne Holder, and Wayne D. Sneath

CHAPTER 4. Communities of Practice Approach: A New Model for Online Course Development and Sustainability
Lisa Meloncon and Lora Arduser

CHAPTER 5. Training Faculty for Online Instruction: Applying Technical Communication Theory to the Design of a Mentoring Program
Janie Jaramillo-Santoy and Gina Cano-Monreal

SECTION II: ADAPTING TO CHANGING STUDENT NEEDS AND ABILITIES

CHAPTER 6. Teaching Technical Communication to a Global Online Student Audience
Emily A. Thrush and Susan L. Popham

CHAPTER 7. Students in the Online Technical Communication Classroom: The Next Decade
Angela Eaton

CHAPTER 8. From Gamers to Grammarians: How Online Gaming is Changing the Nature of Digital Discourse in the Classroom
Virginia Tucker

CHAPTER 9. Cybergogy, Second Life, and Online Technical Communication Instruction
Lesley Scopes and Bryan Carter

CHAPTER 10. From Divide to Continuum: Rethinking Access in Online Education
Keith Gibson and Diane Martinez

SECTION III: REINVENTING COURSE CONTENTS AND MATERIALS

CHAPTER 11. Adapting Instructional Documents to an Online Course Environment
Jacqueline Cason and Patricia Jenkins

CHAPTER 12. Expanding the Scaffolding of the Online Undergraduate Technical Communication Course
Dan Jones

CHAPTER 13. Innovation in the Distributed Technical Communication Classroom
Lee S. Tesdell

CHAPTER 14. Library Services for Online Students
Britt Fagerheim

CHAPTER 15. "Keeping it Real": Contextualizing Intellectual Property and Privacy in the Online Technical Communication Course
Natalie Stillman-Webb

Afterword
Kelli Cargile Cook and Keith Grant-Davie

Contributors

Index

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