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First Reflections about ECON 201, the Online Version

I just finished the first week in my first fully online course, which I’m teaching in parallel with the same course in a traditional, face-to-face environment.  I blogged about the planning process intermittently, but I want to be more systematic … Continue reading

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Interaction in a Content-Based Online Course

The more I work on my first online course, the more I feel that one could spend an infinite amount of time on this and still find new things I’d like to add or expand upon.  If you’ve never taught … Continue reading

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How can an online course be superior to a traditional face-to-face course?

I’ve gotten into the habit of posting nearly completely thought out ideas, with the result  that I’ve largely stopped blogging, or more precisely, I have a stack of half written posts in draft none of which I’ve managed to publish.  … Continue reading

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