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Syllabus for Teaching Online at Emerson Preparation - 2 views

  • 7-week deliverables:
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      7 week?
  • 7-week deliverables
  • Technology Pages: Most weeks you will have notes on technologies available to you as an online instructor.
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      true? I thought we cut these
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  • $5000 stipend,
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A Rising Tide: How Closed Captions Can Benefit All Students | EDUCAUSE - 0 views

  • more than half of students are using closed captions in their educational videos at least sometimes. Although one might expect students with disabilities to report using captions at much higher rates, this study shows that students not reporting disabilities use captions almost as frequently, with more than 50 percent using them sometimes or more often;
  • Among those who reported using closed captions, the vast majority find the captions to be at least moderately helpful.
  • When asked why captions are helpful, respondents overall expressed strong agreement that captions help students focus, retain information, and overcome poor audio. Open-ended responses further illustrate that students find captions to be helpful learning aids. Captions help students with comprehension, accuracy, engagement, and the retention of information transmitted in course videos.
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  • almost half of the students who reported having no difficulty hearing use closed captions sometimes or more often, compared to two-thirds of students reporting difficulty with hearing. Further, the majority of frequent caption users find closed captions to be considerably helpful, regardless of their ability status.
  • closed captions are being used by a wide range of students, perhaps wider than one might guess.
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    "more than half of students are using closed captions in their educational videos at least sometimes. Although one might expect students with disabilities to report using captions at much higher rates, this study shows that students not reporting disabilities use captions almost as frequently, with more than 50 percent using them sometimes or more often;"
    "respondents overall expressed strong agreement that captions help students focus, retain information, and overcome poor audio. Open-ended responses further illustrate that students find captions to be helpful learning aids. Captions help students with comprehension, accuracy, engagement, and the retention of information transmitted in course video"
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searchqualityevaluatorguidelines.pdf - 0 views

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    Google actually will tell you how their search engine ranks sites.
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