Three Ways to Engage Online Students Outside the Virtual Classroom


Three Ways to Engage Online Students Outside the Virtual Classroom


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Learn how you can design virtual gatherings for engaging your online students outside of the online classroom.




In this webcast, our expert instructor will outline three virtual opportunities that have increased engagement of online students outside of the virtual classroom. For each program, you will learn suggestions for staffing, budgeting, and planning.

Creating Virtual Department-Specific Resources Centers

In this section, you will learn how Wake Tech created a virtual Social Science Resource Center to serve their students during non-instructional time. This resource center is an open lab staffed by instructors from anthropology, sociology, and psychology departments. It serves as an informal gathering place where professors can hold impromptu study sessions.

Creating Virtual Tutoring Services

This section will outline how Wake Tech created virtual Individualized Learning resources to provide tutoring services to their online population.

Creating Virtual Club Communities

This section will show how Wake Tech socially engaged their online students by allowing for virtual participation in various clubs and gatherings. These gatherings showed a dramatic increase in participation and helped to connect online and traditional students.



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