The Student Guide to Successful Online Learning: A Handbook of Tips, Strategies, and Techniques by White

The Student Guide to Successful Online Learning: A Handbook of Tips, Strategies, and Techniques

Book Title: The Student Guide to Successful Online Learning: A Handbook of Tips, Strategies, and Techniques

Publisher: Pearson

ISBN: 0205341047

Author: White


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Take charge of your online learning! The Student Guide to Successful Online Learning is a practical handbook of suggestions for this increasingly significant form of modern education. From selecting online programs to dealing with online class work, readers can discover the opportunities and overcome the challenges of learning online. "Application Exercises" at the end of each chapter provide opportunities for readers to automatically apply what they have learned and to immediately progress in their own online learning endeavor. Author Bio: Ken W. White holds a M.E., M.A. and Ph.D. in Speech Communications from the University of Washington. He is a faculty member at Everett Community College in Washington State, where he teaches education and speech classes. He specializes in organizational, interpersonal, and instructional communication. Ken has written a number of journal articles and books and has taught online courses for the University of Phoenix (UOP) for ten years. He served as Assistant Department Chair for General Studies at the UOP Online Campus, San Francisco, and is a past member of the University's Academic Cabinet. Jason D.Baker is an associate professor of education at Regent University, where he teaches and conducts research about online distance education. He earned a B.S. in Electrical Engineering, a M.A. in Education, and a Ph.D. in Communication. Jason has written a number of Internet-related books and articles. He has advised and trained faculty in the use of educational technology, both in traditional classes and in the design of online classes, and has been an active online instructor and distance learner since 1996. Find more books on related topics at www.ablongman.com/highered