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Tuesday
Jan132009

Distance Learning con't. "More do's and don't's"

Here are some more helpful ideas to keep your distance learning meaningful and important!

*** Keep within the limits or outline of your work. If there are specific number of pages for each assignment, stick to that number. Going over or under may result in your assignment being placed on "the back burner". It says to the evaluator " I don't care for the parameters or rules of the program.
*** Keep the context by making sure the thread of your conversation or lesson is in the body of your email or document. This is very important! Here at UMA, we have, at times, had to return assignments to students not evaluated since they forgot to keep all the back and forth's in the lesson body. Without it, neither the student or the teacher can understand the flow of what was said or needs to be worked on.
*** Stay away from forwarding on messages. It is great to be part of a team in learning. But sometimes we may think our prof or evaluator would like to know what else is going on in our lives. Sometimes it is funny material, jokes, etc. As much as we may want to be chummy, it is not appropriate within an online classroom. Bottomline, it simply takes everyone involved away from the focus of learning. Keep those forwarded emails for close friends or family.

I hope these tips and ideas are helpful for your journey in Distance Learning!

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