A student guide to studying online

Tony Bates, online learning, distance education resources, Mar 04, 2012
Commentary by Stephen Downes

More goodness from Tony Bates as he outlines the nature and purpose of guides to online studying. "Well designed courses do provide strong guidelines for when work, and what kind of work (writing assignments, tests or online class discussion), needs to be done. Poorly designed courses place much more onus on the student to organize their work, although a well designed program will deliberately encourage more and more independence and self-management as students progress through the program."
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