You have heard me mention learning communities within the context of online teaching and learning; so today I will provide a brief overview of the purpose of history learning communities.
“This is Doctor Katherine Bankole-Medina and this note may be helpful to new online instructors in the discipline of history and other disciplines as well. Other podcasts will explore the deeper inner workings of history learning communities (the modes, methods, structures, and best practices).
The main purpose of the online history learning community, which can be a key component to the online course experience, is to create an effective faculty and student learning exchange and an environment which allows both participants in higher education to engage in transformative knowledge sharing….” Listen to the remainder of the podcast on YouTube:
- Chanel Nance (Week 6 Discussion) Learning Communities (chanelnance.wordpress.com)
- Learning Communities (jbbgcates.wordpress.com)
- Increasing Interaction in Online Learning Environments (fractuslearning.com)
- Boomers and the Future of Technology – Part 3 (boomers.typepad.com)